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  1. #1

    LDAP - mac authentication


    hi all,

    has anyone here got a mac to authenticate to an ldap server, if so can you tell me how to do it please

    thanks rob

  2. #2
    sorted it but got a problem, when i make a directory on my mac desktop i dont see it on my ldap server, i will show you a screenshot of what i mean

    any clues please

    cheers

    robmac ldap.JPG

  3. #3
    on macs how do i mount my nfs share on my ldap server that has all the home directorys on, as on linux clients i just put it in fstab and i can mount my ldap server home share directory

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    success!!!

    this is how i did it

    my nfs exports looks like this on my ldap server -

    /ldap *(rw,async,insecure,nohide,no_subtree_check,no_roo t_squash)

    then on my mac i mounted it like this -

    applications > utilities > disk utility > file > nfs mounts - create the mount point here

    then i made the authentication to my ldap server on my mac -

    system preferences > accounts > login options > under "display login window as" click option "name and password" > click "join" network account server > open directory utility > double click "LDAPv3" > new > manual

    fill in the relevant boxes but under "LDAP Mappings" choose "RFC 2307 (Unix)" > type in your search base suffix ie - dc=domain,dc=local

    click ok and go back

    click "search policy" > "authentication" > search > "custom path" > + > add your ldap server

    click apply

    you may need to restart but it now is working

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