- By Schoun Regan
- Feb 24, 2006
This chapter is from the book
- What is the basic unit of an LDAP directory, and how are these
- What process allows Mac OS X to use the LDAP directory on Mac
OS X Server?
- Which command would you use to view the DHCP packet that the client
accepted from the DHCP server?
- What does the LDAP plug-in do? What tool in Mac OS X can you use
to configure the LDAP plug-in?
- If a client computer is having problems accessing an LDAP server
provided by DHCP, what would be an appropriate early troubleshooting
step to take?
- What attribute in an LDAP user record maps to the Open Directory
- What attribute in an Open Directory user record maps to the uidNumber attribute
in an LDAP user record?
- What are some of the advantages of a network user account?
- Which attribute stores the managed preferences for network user accounts?
- The basic unit of the LDAP directory is an entry, and entries are arranged in a hierarchy called a tree.
- DirectoryService through the LDAPv3 plug-in
- The LDAP plug-in allows Mac OS X to integrate with LDAP directories. Use Directory Access to configure the LDAP plug-in.
- Use ipconfig and verify that the LDAP url parameter provided
by Option 95 contains the correct value for the server.
- Administrators can use network home directories to provide users with a
consistent, controlled interface while providing access to their documents
from any computer. You can control permissions on mobile computers and
reserve certain resources for specific groups or individuals.
- MCXSettings and MCXFlags