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example, click on Always to enforce the policy and then uncheck the Allow button, clicking on the Apply button when you are done. Once you have saved the option, verify that it has been enforced by navigating to the GPOE Console again and checking that the policies are set to Yes under the column for Configured preferences. Custom policies are available in Quest, just as they are an option in Workgroup Manager on Mac OS X Server. Policies for software that is not included by default does rely on the software developer (including Apple) to create preference manifests to make their application s preference keys available for management through managed preferences. If a developer has not done so, you can also use standard property list files (.plist) to configure policies for many applications, but it is less granular in nature. Quest provides a few common plistfiles into their Preference Manifests section, including a manifest for Microsoft Office that you can use with other solutions as well. A common example of a manifest often used but not included by default is the ManagedClient options for Dashboard and iWork. Once the policies on the server match your organizations policies, you ll more than likely want to install the VAS for Mac OS X client software and start testing the configuration. To do so, open the installation tools folder, the client folder, and then the osx folder where you will find the dmgcalled installation. Copy this to a client and open the VAS.mpkg file to begin the client-side installation, clicking on Continue at the Welcome screen. At the following screen read the License Agreement, (we realize these are kinda dull, but they do occasionally contain really good information to know) and click on the Continue button. Assuming that you accept the licensing agreement, go ahead and click on the Agree button to continue. The Installation Type screen is next, where you can change the location that Quest will be installed to by using the Change Install Location... button or the Customize... button to choose which components to install (as you can probably guess there is little purpose to doing). Go ahead and click on the Install button to have the software complete the installation. You can also simply use the installer command to deploy the package in a more silent manner (using ARD). Here, you will use the following installer command, specifying the vasclnt package, to complete the installation:
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Next open the Directory Utility to join the client computer to Active Directory. Click on the Services icon in the toolbar to bring up the available plug-ins. Make sure that there are no other Active Directory plug-ins enabled for this machine and then double-click on the Active Directory (Quest VAS) entry. Next, you will be asked to enter a Domain Name for your Active Directory environment (see Figure 3-20). Type the pertinent domain name, clicking the Join Domain button (or the Enter key if you will) when you are complete.
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When you are requested to type in a valid username and password with the appropriate permissions to join the Active Directory domain type in the appropriate information, clicking on OK when you are satisfied with your entry. You can also click on the disclosure triangle to enter other pertinent information, such as a preferred domain controller, like with the Mac OS X Active Directory plug-in. Assuming the binding occurs successfully the domain binding process is then complete. Your client will now be able to authenticate against Active Directory using the Quest VAS plug-in and policies applied to computer and user objects through GPOE will be applied as intended. Make sure that the Active Directory plug-in supplied by Apple is not also enabled. Quest also provides a command-line interface for automating binding once you have deployed the installation package. In order to use the command-line interface, cd into the /opt/quest/bin directory, where you will find the klist, ldapmodify, preflight, vastool, vgptool, ktutil, ldapsearch, uptool and vgpmod tools, each custom tools for searching, checking bindng, and managing settings for the Quest client. The /opt/quest/libexec/vas/scripts/vasjoin.sh script can be used as follows, (assuming your working directory to be /opt/quest/libexec/vas/scripts):
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