6 Reselect the Applications folder. In the Share Point pane at the bottom, select the
Enable Automount checkbox.
7 Choose your LDAP directory in the pop-up menu, confirm that AFP is chosen in the
Protocol pop-up menu, and select “Shared Applications folder. Click OK. Authenticate
to your directory if prompted.
8 Click Save.
9 Select the /Shared Items/Library folder. In the Share Point pane at the bottom, select
the Enable Automount checkbox.
10 Select your LDAP directory in the pop-up menu, confirm that AFP is chosen in the
Protocol pop-up menu, and select “Shared Library folder. Click OK. Authenticate to
your directory if prompted.
The shared Library folder can be used for giving your client machines access to a shared
set of fonts, preferences, or other objects that normally reside in your Library folder.
11 Click Save.
If your server was bound to several other servers, you would see them in the Directory
pop-up menu. In this case, all you see is the /LDAPv3/127.0.0.1 directory.
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