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separate supplemental Open Directory server or using a third-party active directory plugin may best suit your needs. These options are covered in the following sections. Because the needs and business requirements of each environment are different, after explaining how to use the built-in Active Directory plug-in, the remainder of the chapter is dedicated to customizing the Active Directory plug-in and the common third party add-ons. NOTE: Apple has provided a video and a white paper on extending the Active Directory schema at http://seminars.apple.com/seminarsonline/modifying/apple/index.html s=301
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When binding to an Active Directory server, keep in mind that it is an individualized process; each workstation will need a computer account named for the machine created in the directory. While it is possible to pre-populate these accounts, the Apple Active Directory plug-in will create a computer account in Active Directory at the time of binding with the correct credentials if one does not already exist. As with Windows client account, each OS X computer account contains a unique pre-shared key used to authenticate that individual machine to the directory. This individualistic nature is an important aspect to consider when looking at automating the process. The process of binding a machine to Active Directory can be accomplished either through the use of a GUI interface or through a decently robust set of command-line tools. We will discuss the command-line components of this process (dscl and dsconfigad) later in this chapter. First, we will look at the manual GUI tools used to bind a Mac OS X machine into Active Directory.
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The Apple DirectoryService framework is a set of code allowing for modularized access to the different directory service plug-ins available (including third-party plug-ins). The graphical application for configuring the plug-ins is Directory Utility (Called Directory Access in 10.4). This application is bundled with all versions of Mac OS X, and in older versions can be found in /Applications/Utilities. With 10.6, Apple has migrated access functionality to the Login Options of the Accounts System Preference. The Directory Utility Application is not gone in 10.6; though, it has simply been relocated to /System/Library/CoreServices, a directory used by OS X to house internal support Applications. Once opened, you will need to authenticate as a local administrator to make changes to the directory services plug-in. If you are not automating this step, you will need to supply your on-site technicians with both local and directory administrator credentials to manually complete this process. You can customize the policies in your environment to supply desktop technicians with Active Directory accounts that only have access to bind computers into the domain; likewise, you can provide nonadministrators with access to edit local configurations by modifying the file /etc/authorization. Specifically, directory service changes are defined by the
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Figure 3-1. Login options screen of accounts system preference pane
To authorize your session to edit the System Preference, click on the lock in the lowerleft corner of the screen. Then click on the button to Join in the field for Network Account Server. This will bring up a pop-up screen that simply has a field for a server name or domain name. Type the name of your domain. After a time, the screen will expand so that you can enter the ID that the computer you are binding will have once it joins Active Directory, the user name of an account in your Active Directory that has credentials to bind to Active Directory, and the password for that account. Supply this information as seen in Figure 3-2 and then click on the OK button.
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