Issue related with secure AuthenticationType i.e. AuthenticationTypes.Secure

So when i use

DirectoryEntry MyDirectoryObject = new DirectoryEntry(LDAPServerString, UserName,Password, AuthenticationTypes.Serverbind);

 I can work with LDAP no problem, create new users etc..

 But when I use

 DirectoryEntry MyDirectoryObject =  new DirectoryEntry(LDAPServerString, UserName,Password,AuthenticationTypes.Secure);

 I get 2 types of errors

1] Unknown error

2] Invalid dn syntax has been specified.

The user details are correct and they are the user details of the directory manager.

What is going wrong here ?

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