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The process of configuring a user with a local home directory depends mainly on the directory services model that you are working with.
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If you have forgone the option of a centralized directory service, then your primary interface will be the Accounts pane of the System Preferences Application. The System Preferences Application can be accessed under the Apple Menu, in the Dock (by default), or by opening the application located in the Applications folder. As mentioned previously, any account created using this tool will receive a home directory in the default directory of /Users. However, introduced in this tool with Mac OS X 10.5 was the ability to specify an alternate directory as well as make additional modifications. This interface can be found by right-clicking (or control + click) on any account listed and selecting Advanced Options. As shown in Figure 7-18, you have the ability to change numerous attributes including User ID, Group ID, shortname, shell, and home directory. Additionally, you can change the user s GUID or assign aliases to the account.
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Figure 7-18. Changing a User s GGUID in System Preferences
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If you are utilizing Open Directory for your directory system, you ll define your home directory for your users by utilizing the application Workgroup Manager.app found on any server in the folder /Applications/Server. This utility can also be installed on any OS X client machine by downloading and installing the Server Admin Tools package available on Apple s support site (http://support.apple.com/downloads/ #server%20admin%20tools).
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Once installed, open the application and connect to your server. To assign a user a local home directory, go to the Home tab with the appropriate user selected. Listed in this tab will be any predefined home directory paths as well as any configured automounts. As shown in Figure 7-19, /Users is the default home directory location and will typically be a predefined option. If this is not the case, you can manually specify the path. Once a path has been defined for any user, it will be listed as a predefined option. To manually specify a new local path, first note the user s short name, found under the basic tab then click the plus button. In the Full Path field, enter in the local path for that user. For instance, if I want to utilize the standard /Users directory for user with short name bob, then I would enter the value /Users/bob. From then on, the /Users path will be listed as an option in the list. You can also mass select users and assign them the homedirectory path with a few clicks.
Figure 7-19. Selecting a home directory in Workgroup Manager
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Active Directory
Configuring Active Directory users to utilize local home directories can be done in a few different ways. If all Active Directory users on the machine are going to have local home directories, then the most straightforward way to do this is by utilizing the Force Local Home on Startup Disk option in the Active Directory plug-in. Alternatively, the Create mobile account at login option will provide the same effect, with a few differences. When used, the latter option will create a mobile account, caching all user information locally for any user that logs in. For more information on Active Directory see 3.
Third Party LDAP Directory
Configuring LDAP users to utilize local home directories can be done in a few different ways, depending on your user implementation. If your LDAP schema already contains the homeDirectory attribute it is typically utilized for this purpose. You just need to map the NFSHomeDirectory attribute in Directory Utility. Each user will need the value of this attribute set to /Users/shortname in your LDAP database. Upon login, they will be assigned a home directory in the /Users folder. If your LDAP schema does not support this attribute, you have a few options. The cleanest way to implement this without altering your schema is by mapping the RecordType NFSHomeDirectory to value #/Users/$uid$, where uid is the attribute that is utilized for the user s short name. This sets all users home directory to the path /Users/shortname. The big limitation here is that all users on this machine will have their home directory in /Users, which may not always be desirable. To maintain granularity, you would either have to extend your schema to support the homeDirectory attribute, or you can utilize an existing, unused LDAP attribute. To perform the mapping, use Directory Utility to map the NFSHomeDirectory record to the appropriate value, and ensure that home path values are pre-populated for all of your users. See 2 for more information on attribute mapping with LDAP.
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