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This interface allows for control of which groups have access to login to specific computers. This has the additional effect of filtering out which groups apply MCX. As with Application management, once you define access restrictions, an implicit deny is applied to any user or group not in the list. For example, consider a scenario where a user is a member of two groups Mobile Home Users and Network Home Users. Perhaps the former group has mobility configured for the user, such that a mobile account is created for the user of this group on login. It may be desirable to suppress this behavior on certain computers, therefore you would simply create an allow rule on these computers for the group Network Home Users. When the user logs in, they will not inherit any of the management settings defined for Mobile Home Users, due to the implicit deny nature of login restrictions. This in turn becomes a very handy tool for you to filter group MCX application. The down side of this is that you must now explicitly allow all groups, including the entire nested hierarchy, if you want all
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NOTE: Implementing an explicit deny entry on a group will always take precedent over any explicit allow entries. An explicit deny on a group will prevent all members of that group access, regardless of whether they have membership to a different group that is allowed access. This means that deny entries should only be utilized where login access to all members of a group must be unconditionally prohibited.
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There are many other common Managed Preferences management tasks which are worthy of a mention, but not an extensive write-up. Notably, one of the most common Managed Preferences to apply is automated login items, which specify applications, documents, or SharePoints that launch upon login to a computer. Login items are very handy for initiating user environments, such as firing up support applications or by auto mounting a network share. To add a login item, simply add it to the Items section found under the Login Workgroup Manager preferences pane. This item can be an application, a document, or a network share. For the former two, the added asset will need to be accessible at the same path on the target client. To deploy a network share login item, simply connect to the SharePoint from your admin station. Once the SharePoint is mounted on the desktop, simply drag it into the login items list. With the network share highlighted, make sure to check the box Mount share point with user s name and password, shown in Figure 7-17. This will ensure that proper access to the share is provided to the user.
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Figure 7-17. Adding login items
This list is additive, so login items across all of a user s managed groups will be applied. It is worth noting the options for users to be able to add their own items. This can be handy if you want a few things to launch, but you want the user to be able to customize their own environment as well. At some point, you may also want to modify a user s dock, perhaps adding in a reference to a company SharePoint or a business application (to some end user s after all, an application does not exist unless it s in the Dock). Apple has a nifty GUI both for adding items to the dock, and for organizing the order in which they appear. Like login items, managed dock items are additive across management groups. The option Merge with User s Dock allows users to modify the dock, outside of the management preferences that you want. This is probably preferable in none-kiosk environments, as the Dock is a powerful, important part of the OS X experience.
To add in a network SharePoint, first mount it on your administrative workstation then drag it into the Documents and Folders list. This will create an .afploc file with the information used to mount the SharePoint initially. Alternatively, you can construct your own .afploc file and drag that in. This is definitely useful if you do not want to, or simply
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