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In an effort to simplify the binding process, Apple allows you to bind to both Open and Active Directory servers from this initial screen. Keep in mind that using this screen will only allow you to bind and not configure granular settings within either of the plug-ins, though this can be done at a later time, if necessary. To bind using a screen that allows you to configure more granular settings, click on Open Directory Utility and then click on Services in the upper-left hand corner of the screen, as you can see in Figure 3-3.
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Use the lock in the lower-left corner of the screen to authenticate again and then from Services in the Directory Utility toolbar double-click on the entry for Active Directory. You will then be prompted with three fields by default, which are also shown in Figure 3-4:
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Active Directory Forest: If there is only one Forest then the Forest will invariably be the same name as the domain name, but check with an Active Directory administrator to confirm this is the case if you encounter binding issues. Active Directory Domain: Note that you are not connecting to a specific host, but rather a domain. The active directory plug-in will use this domain to look up special records in DNS called service records (SRV) to find the Domain Controller you need to connect to. This process is unique to the Active Directory plug-in and heavily relies on the client s configured DNS servers to be correctly pointing at servers that host these records or can facilitate communication to these servers; properly configured DNS is absolutely paramount for this process to succeed. Computer ID: This is the name of the computer account record as it will
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appear in the Active Directory domain. Note that this name also typically becomes a DNS name on the network, so if you are configuring a client named wintermute the Apple AD plug-in will dynamically request a DNS record be created for wintermute.wallcity.org if the Active Directory domain is wallcity.org and points to all the configured IP addresses (including virtual) for that client; the specified value should generally conform to DNS standards regarding A records, as defined in RFC 1035 accessible at http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt. For best results, the length of this value should be a maximum 15 characters, and should generally follow the Letter Digit Hyphen (LDH) Rule. NOTE: For more information on Resource Records, see the following TechNet article:
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Figure 3-4. Binding to Active Directory Using Directory Utility
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TIP: When naming OS X computers, you will generally want to follow what is referred to as the LDH rule. As defined, the LDH rule calls for the use of only ASCII alphabetic and numeric characters in addition the hyphen (-), no other punctuation or characters are allowed. Avoid all numeric names, and with any *nix system, avoid starting a hostname with a numeric character. Next click on the Bind button and you will be asked to authenticate into the Active Directory domain using the following fields, as you can see in Figure 3-5: Username: Contains any valid user account that is capable of joining computers to the domain. Additionally, this user must have rights to create new objects in the container or organizational unit you are saving the computer into, access that can be delegated by the Active Directory administrator. If your Active Directory environment is strictly controlled, you may have to request a computer record be pre-populated rather than attempt to use the supplied credentials to create one.
Password: The password for the above account. Computer OU: The search base for the Organizational Unit that clients will be added to. For example, if you create an Organizational Unit called Macs in a domain called pretendco.com then you would use CN=Macs,DC=pretendco,DC=com in this field. Use for authentication: Allows for authenticating into the client computer using a valid Active Directory username and password. Use for contacts: Allows for searching for contacts using Address
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