Open your directory server (name), Configuration Folder, Performance. On right panel check Client Control folder. You may see:
The look-through limit specifies the maximum number of entries that will be examined for a search operation.
The size limit specifies the maximum number of entries the server returns to the client application in response to a search operation.
The time limit specifies the maximum time the server spends processing a search operation.
The idle timeout specifies the time a client connection to the server can be idle before the server drops the connection.
Change these options to “unlimited” can resolve this problem.
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