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You can bind to multiple directory services, and more specifically to multiple LDAP servers, by using the Search Policy settings to determine which takes priority over the others in the event that the username or computer name in one is duplicitous to another. By specifying the order of the various Directory Services, we can control the order in which they are queried for data. On all OS X machines, the local directory services database will always have precedence. That is, if my local database has a user jdoe , and the Open Directory System that I have bound to also has this user, when I login I will be authenticating against the computer s local user and will receive his information. This is very important to know about OS X. Thus, arranging the order in which Directories are listed is primarily useful for managing environments with multiple disparate Directory
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Figure 2-21. The Directory Service search path
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According to how you bound to an environment, you may not see a directory server that you are bound to in the list of Directory Domains. If you do not see a server listed here, click on the plus sign (+) and you should see it in the list of Available Directory Domains. Click on the one you wish to add to your Search Policy, and then click on the Add button so it will be added to the list of Directory Domains and can be reordered as you see fit (see Figure 2-22).
Figure 2-22. Add a Directory Domain
As mentioned, you can perform all of the steps here from the command line. You will be using dscl not dsconfigldap, which you used for most other tasks in this chapter. This is because dsconfigldap is a command to specifically perform binding and manage certain aspects of the LDAPv3 plug-in itself, whereas the search policy is global across all directory services plug-ins.
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You can also query and set search policy information from the command line. To see the current setting for the search path run the following command:
dscl -q localhost -read /Search
To change the search policy from a local search policy to a custom search policy, you would change the /Search dsAttrTypeStandard from LSPSearchPath (Local Search Policy) to CSPSearchPath(Custom Search Policy). To do so use dscl in conjunction with the change option as follows:
sudo dscl /Search -change / SearchPolicy dsAttrTypeStandard:LSPSearchPath dsAttrTypeStandard:CSPSearchPath
To add a new item (such as the one just added in dsconfigldap) to the search policy you would use dscl with the append option, adding the path:
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