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Figure 10-22. iPhone Configuration Utility: Configuring LDAP Accounts
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With iPhone 3.0, we also saw the introduction of CalDAV support, allowing the iPhone s built-in calendar app to integrate with CalDAV based calendaring services, with full read/write privileges. Multiple accounts can be configured, and configuration itself of the CalDAV service is pretty basic, requiring only a few fields, as shown in Figure 10-23:
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Account description: the friendly name for the account. Account hostname and port: specify server hostname or IP that
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houses the CalDAV service, as well as the port over which the service is available. By default this is TCP 8008, TCP 8443 when using SSL.
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Principal URL: specify the URL to the user s calendar. You will typically leave this blank, as it is best to let it automatically determine the appropriate URL based upon the user provided username. Account username and password: specify the username and password to authenticate as. You will likely want to leave these fields blank, which will require the user to enter them upon configuration. Use SSL: enable CalDAV over SSL, make sure to specify the
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Figure 10-23. iPhone Configuration Utility: Configuring CalDAV Settings
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You can also deploy read-only web-based calendar subscriptions based upon the .ics format. These can be useful for publishing information such as staff meetings, holidays, and special events. The payload information for a subscribe calendar is fairly basic and multiple subscriptions can be deployed. The following field information must be provided, as shown in Figure 10-24:
Description: the friendly name for the calendar. URL: specify the http:// url where the calendar can be accessed. Account username and password: allows for the specification of an LDAP user for authentication. If your LDAP server does not support anonymous connections, you may want to create a user specific for this cause, such as webcal_iphone. Use SSL: Utilize SSL via the https protocol.
Figure 10-24. iPhone Configuration Utility: Configuring WebCal Subscriptions
The next section, Web Clips, allows you to create an iconified link to a webpage, which is very useful for ensuring employees have quick, easy access to things like the company intranet or help desk system. Deploying web clips is as simple as specifying a name, a url, and an icon. You can also specify whether or not the user can delete the webclip, as shown in Figure 10-25.
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Figure 10-25. iPhone Configuration Utility: Configuring WebCal Subscriptions
The next section allows you to deploy custom SSL certificates to your iPhone, shown in Figure 10-26. If your establishment uses an internal Certificate Authority, you will need to deploy your CA s certificate to prevent users from receiving SSL errors when using encrypted services. Alternatively, if you are using certificate based authentication for any of the supported services, you deploy them here. Your users will be thankful given that they will need to click on less items to get setup and your support desk will thank you as well, considering they will more than likely get fewer phone calls with users who need help isolating various SSL issues. To install certificates, click on the configure button in the Credentials section. You will be presented with an open dialog box, use it to navigate to the folder containing your certificates in .cer or .p12 format. With the certificate highlighted, click open. Assuming your certificate is in a supported format, the certificate will then be displayed and added to the payload. You can use the plus (+) and minus (--) buttons to add more certificates or remove certificates, respectively.
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TIP: If you browse to an SSL-protected web site from your desktop using Safari or Firefox and accept the certificate, then it will be located in your Login.keychain, accessed via the Keychain Access application. From Keychain Access, you can drag it to the desktop to generate a CER file for the certificate. Alternatively, you can convert a standard PEM style cert (as used by OS X s Servers certificate system) to the DER format used in .cer files using the following command (replacing Default.crt with your certificate): openssl x509 -in /etc/certificates/Default.crt -inform PEM -out /etc/certificates/Default.cer -outform DER
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