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CHAPTER 16: Server Security
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The Apple Active Directory service plug-in (AD-Plug-in) is an extension that Apple added to its DirectoryService API to enable Mac OS X Client or Mac OS X Server to bind to Active Directory, making interconnectivity between Apple s Open Directory and Microsoft s Active Directory easier. It also supports Kerberos autoconfiguration for clients bound into Active Directory using DNS entries known as service (SRV) records. The Active Directory plug-in is configured using the Directory Access application within Mac OS X Server or by using the dsconfigad command line tool. When you use the Active Directory plug-in to bind to Active Directory, you can set up Open Directory to connect to an Active Directory domain controller and have items accessible to Open Directory from Active Directory. Because you are connecting to an existing Active Directory service, you will more than likely have all the policies for binding and passwords in place in your current directory services environment. This architecture is known as a dual-directory environment.
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NOTE: Much of the Active Directory integration configuration is available in the GUI for 10.6 through 10.4 and in the command line for 10.3. Some of the more granular settings such as packet signing, namespace configuration and machine password intervals will require using dsconfigad, although they can be configured during or following the actual binding process.
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When binding to Active Directory, you will need to know the forest (top-level directory structure) and domain name to which you are trying to bind. All Windows Active Directory setups include at least one domain and one forest. A forest is the top level of any Active Directory infrastructure, and a domain is a logical segmentation of a forest. In a basic Active Directory setup (and most Active Directory environments are a basic setup), you will have only one domain in a forest and will often simply use the same name for the domain and the forest. You would bind to Active Directory in much the same way that you would bind to Open Directory. Simply open the Accounts System Preference pane, click on Login Options and then click on the Join button. At the dialog, provide the domain name in the Server: field (see Figure 16 20). When you tab out of the field, the domain information will be filled into the dialog and you will be able to click on the Bind button to complete the binding process.
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Figure 16 20. Binding to Active Directory Using the Accounts System Preference pane
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You can also use Directory Utility, commonly needed for more granular configuration options, such as configuring network home directory options and delegating administration over local systems for Active Directory accounts. To configure the OS X machine to use Active Directory, open Directory Utility, click the lock to authenticate, and enter the local administrator s username and password. Then click the plus (+) button, enter the domain name of the Active Directory domain, enter the desired computer name (see Figure 16 21), and click Bind. Provided that the Active Directory environment is set up properly, you will now have a Mac OS X Client or Server that is bound into Active Directory.
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Figure 16 21. Binding to Active Directory using Directory Utility
NOTE: If you need to do an advanced setup, the name of the domain needs to match the name of the forest when the domain is a member of a similarly named forest. With a Windows server, when you create the first domain controller and give that domain a name, the forest will also take on that same name. Which is not to say that you cannot have different domains in the same forest; you can, in which case you would leave the forest the same but change the name of the domain. Remember that all domains belong to a forest, and multiple domains can belong to a single forest.
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