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When the installation is complete you will need to set up DirectControl to connect to the Active Directory forest that the computer objects will be connecting to. The process starts with the Connect to Forest dialog. Before you do anything, double-check that your DNS is set appropriately and that you know the address for a system that is a domain controller for the forest. Once you have the appropriate information, enter the address of the appropriate domain controller and the appropriate credentials and click on OK to begin the Setup Wizard, as shown in Figure 3-15.
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Figure 3-15. Authenticating into a domain controller
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CHAPTER 3: Active Directory
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The first few screens of the setup are innocuous. You will see the Welcome screen where you will click on Next. At the User Credentials screen, enter a valid username and password for an Administrative account and then click on Next. Licensing is a necessary evil. At the subsequent Install Licenses screen, select a location for your License Keys. The default location is likely best, unless you have a good reason to change this location. At the Install License Keys screen, configure the keys that are populated into the default location from the Install Licenses screen. Enter the licensing key provided by Centrify and then click on the Next button. To Centrify a Zone is similar to an Organizational Unit. A Zone has member objects, but also allows for delegated access over the objects within the Zone. Next, provide a location for your Zones within Active Directory. You do not need to customize this information, so you can go ahead and click on Next unless you need to do so. In a standard Active Directory environment, when you bind to the directory your system is stored in cn=Computers. Similarly, all objects have a default Zone membership. At the Create Default Zone screen you will supply the default Zone, although most will simply leave the default setting and click on the Next button, as shown in Figure 3-16.
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Figure 3-16. Defining a default zone container
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While zones are similar to an OU, they are not an OU. In fact, a zone can be linked to an OU or a container. The Default Zone then will require you to enter a domain controller
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that has the OU or container accessible. If you did not customize the previous screen then chances are you will not need to customize this screen either. For more on Zones, Centrify has provided a write-up at http://www.centrify.com/directcontrol/zones.asp. When you are importing data into Open Directory one of the fields available is the first UID to use. This is similar in Centrify. At the next screen you will enter a starting UID number that will be assigned to objects. User IDs by default start at 10,000, but feel free to customize this setting. Unique identification isn t just required for users, groups need unique IDs as well. Next, provide a starting GID (GroupID) space for groups to occupy (for the most part, the same rules apply as for users). TIP: It is generally recommended that you choose a range outside that provided by Apple s native solutions to easily differentiate the source of a record. Next, set the Default home directory that will be used for accounts in your Zone as it would appear in the local system. The Default home directory is set to /home/${user} as can be seen in Figure 3-17. For the Mac OS X clients, you re going to change this to /Users/${user}, so when a user logs in the local folder /Users/USERNAME will be created on each computer, where USERNAME is the user logging in. The next screen (Default Shells) allows you to configure the default shell by using the full path to the shell. For example, if you wanted the default shell to be bash you would use /bin/bash. When you are Satisfied with your shell setting, click on Next.
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