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Thus, by placing a symbolic link of the sharepath to its basename on the root of the file system, you can simulate this on the server:
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Once run, /Network/Servers/myserver.com/networkHomes is a fully functional path to your data. All that s left to do is modify the automount data, replacing the old path with your modified version. The VFSOpts attribute specifies that this is a dynamic AFP automount. The ;AUTH=NO%20USER%20AUTHENT string specifies that the machine will first attempt to mount the automount as guest. Once a user logs in, it will reconnect to the SharePoint with the user s access levels. However, there is an important ramification here. If you have a limited license server, each connected home directory user will utilize two connections. This value can be changed to ;AUTH=Client%20Krb%20v2 to utilize Kerberos authentication on the automount. Alternatively, an authentication string can be dropped all together. Loginwindow will dynamically authenticate and mount the share.
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Though SMB based home directories are supported, there is no GUI to perform this configuration in an OD-based environment. However, you can modify your automount s uri to specify the smb or cifs protocol:
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dscl u mydiradmin /LDAPv3/mydirsirv.myco.com > delete Mounts/hax.lbc:\\/Users VFSLinkDir /Network/Servers > create Mounts/hax.lbc:\\/Users VFSLinkDir /Network/Servers/ > delete Mounts/hax.lbc:\\/Users > create Mounts/hax.lbc:\\/Users VFSType url > create Mounts/hax.lbc:\\/Users VFSOpts net > append Mounts/hax.lbc:\\/Users VFSOpts url==afp;AUTH=NO%20USER%20AUTHENT@hax.lbc/Users > append Mounts/hax.lbc:\\/Users VFSLinkDir /Network/Servers/ > read Mounts/hax.lbc:\/Users
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Open the application and connect to your server. To assign a user to 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. /Users is the default home directory location and will typically be a predefined option in the list. 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 shortname, 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 shortname bob, then I would enter the value /Users/bob. From then on, the /Users path will be listed as an option in your list. You can then mass select users and assign them the home directory path with a few clicks.
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Also referred to as Portable Home Directories, Home Directory syncing provides the ability to allow a user to use a local home directory, but also periodically synchronize files with a network home directory. This type of setup is great for users who utilize both a personal laptop and a wired desktop machine. In such cases, the wired desktop machine could utilize either network home directories, or it could be configured to utilize a local home, and then sync the content with a network home directory as well. In either case, you can configure settings which manage these preferences, specifying specific folders to include in the sync, and the interface also provides a very capable filtering system to easily ignore cache files and other machine-specific files. Home directory syncing is broken up into two different sync types: Login/Logout syncs and background syncs. As the name suggests, Login and Logout synchronizations fire upon the beginning and end of a user session. The best utilization of login/logout syncing is probably best described by the setting s preference keys: syncedPrefsFolders. That is, this option is best used for application preference files, or any file, which during a user session is constantly in use and therefore not a good candidate for background syncing. By default, Apple specifies two folders to sync at login/logout: ~/Library, and ~/Documents/Microsoft User Data. The Former option includes Application preference and support files, Safari and Firefox bookmarks, and User Fonts. The latter folder contains many Microsoft Office settings, most notably the Entourage database. Background synchronization, as its name implies, synchronizes files and folders in the background during an active user session, by default every 20 minutes. As mentioned, not all files are good candidates for this. For the most part, background synchronization should be configured for user-generated content, such as the Desktop and Documents folders. One thing to consider is that Login and Logout syncing can cause significant delays in the login and logout process as the user must wait for the synchronization to finish before they can begin to use the computer or close the laptop s lid for the day. Because of this, users may be very prone to simply hitting the cancel button. Essentially, if you do not build a very specific login item sync list, then the entire login syncing process will likely be compromised due to user intervention. The entourage database is a great example of this. Entourage databases can reach gigabytes in size, and even a wired computer will take a good chunk of time to send this data to the server. Most users will not find a 30 minute login time to be acceptable. So, keep this list slim. If you need to synchronize Firefox bookmarks, explicitly specify the folder ~/Library/Application Support/ Firefox. Use ~/Library/Safari for Safari but use ~/Library/Preferences for all user application preferences. Avoid directories with deeply nested hierarchies, as these will cause syncing delays as the system scans through everything. For the grunt of the work, background syncing is your go-to player. 10.6 has some good improvements here, does a better job in general of informing you of when a particular set of items will sync, and gives you better control over the process.
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