By Schoun Regan
This finished, technical reference advisor offers in-depth details on Apple technical structure. it is going to train the reader how one can set up and configure machines; architect and preserve networks; let, customise, track and troubleshoot a variety of prone; and combine Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, and different Apple applied sciences inside of a networked setting. The publication covers myriad process management themes from listing providers integration to Tiger Server deployment, Xsan management, accountmanagement most sensible practices, safeguard most sensible practices, and extra. Following the training ambitions of the Apple qualified approach Administrator examination, this publication is an ideal complement to Apple's personal education type and a in-depth technical reference for present method directors and engineers.
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58 Part 1: Directory Services Administration Part 1: Directory Services Administration 59 What You've Learned • Every user account on the computer must contain enough information to uniquely identify the user account, authenticate a user using the account, and identify what authority the user has. • Open Directory is the Apple implementation of directory services in Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server. • Every Mac OS X computer has a local directory called the local NetInfo database; it can also retrieve administrative data from BDS configuration files.
It also creates a GeneratedUID for that user account if none exists. When looking at a user record with a tool such as dscl, crypt passwords are denoted by the "basic" value in the AuthenticationAuthority attribute. The scrambled form of the password is found in the Password attribute. If there is no value f 30 Part 1: Directory Services Administration Part 1: Directory Services Administration 31 the AuthenticationAuthority attribute, then basic, or crypt, is assumed. Shadow Passwords A shadow password is stored as several hashes in a file.
2 and later, and offers the most flexibility for mobile computers. • "Local directory" includes only the local directory domain. • "Custom path" starts with the local directory domain and includes your choice of one or several LDAP directories, an Active Directory domain, NetInfo domains, BDS configuration files, and an NIS domain. To verify that DirectoryService is using the configuration you specified in Directory Access, go to the command line and type dscl localhost -read Search. This will list the search policies that are configured (LSPSearchPath, CSPSearchPath, SearchPath, and NSPSearchPath) and the search policy that is being used (SearchPolicy).
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