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CHAPTER 12: Managing Mobile Accounts
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Configuring Managed Preferences for Mobile Users
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Before we begin actually setting up the managed preferences, we should take a moment and decide exactly at what level we should manage these settings. One logical choice would be to create a computer group containing all (or a subset of) the laptop computers in your organization. With this configuration, we will be able to set things up so that when any user logs into a laptop, he or she is prompted to create a mobile account (or have a mobile account created without asking). If that same user logs into a desktop machine, he or she will get his or her network home directory. The other choice would be to manage mobile user preferences for a specific group of users. For these users, no matter what computer they logged into, they would get a mobile account (or at least the option to create one). If your users log into only a single computer, and each computer has only a single user (a one-to-one deployment, common in many businesses), both arrangements are essentially the same, and you could choose to manage mobile accounts via computer groups or groups of users. If you assign laptops to certain users, but these same users occasionally log into desktop machines, then managing mobile accounts via computer groups is probably a better choice. This way they can have a mobile account when they log into their laptops, but a network account and network home when they log into a desktop Mac. With either arrangement, you can handle special cases by adding managed mobile account settings to a specific computer or user account as needed. For the discussions in this chapter, we ll add our managed mobile account settings to computer groups, but if a group of users makes more sense in your environment, feel free to use that instead. You can also mix and match, but remember the rules of MCX precedence: computer groups have a higher precedence than groups of users. For maximum flexibility, we ll separate our mobile account settings into three groupings. Each of these groupings will be assigned to a separate computer group or group of users (depending on your preference):
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Mobile Account Creation: These are the preferences that control the
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initial creation of mobile accounts. These can be managed only Never (that is, not managed at all) or Always.
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Mobile Account Expiration: These are preferences that allow you to automatically remove mobile accounts from a machine after a certain amount of time. Like the Account Creation settings, these can be managed only Never or Always. Home Synchronization settings: These dictate what gets synchronized
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and when. Sync rules can be managed Never, Once, or Always.
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Depending on your environment and users, you may not need all of these groupings. The advantage of having these separate groupings is that you could, for example, make mobile account creation mandatory on one group of machines, optional, but still managed, on another group of machines, and completely manual on another group of machines. For all of these machines, though, you could manage synchronization in the same way, so that if a mobile account is manually created on a desktop machine, it behaves the same way as a mobile account automatically created on a laptop. Having separate computer groups for these preference groupings allows you to more easily mix and match preference management for different sets of machines. Let s take a deeper look at each grouping of managed preferences.
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In Workgroup Manager, start by creating a computer group named MobileAccountCreation. Switch to the Preferences Overview by clicking the Preferences icon in the toolbar. See Figure 12-3 for an illustration.
Figure 12-3. Workgroup Manager Preferences Overview
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In the Preferences Overview, click the Mobility icon. The pane will change to a set of managed preferences editors, as shown in Figure 12-4. If necessary, select the Account Creation and Creation tabs.
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