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No that's not something the built-in LDAP supports. This is precisely the reason that you should use a corporate LDAP or MSAD or whatever you normally use.
Thank you. I was pretty sure this was the answer, but wanted to double check. We haven't had luck with Active Directory but will go back and give it a try again.
In case come back here and open a thread for the AD issues, in 220.127.116.11 it generally works fine (assuming your AD has a structure at least a bit OBIEE-friendly)