Chapter 3. Accessing a Third-Party LDAP Service
This chapter takes approximately 3 hours to complete.
Populate an LDAP service with all the information required to support Mac OS X network login
Configure Mac OS X to use an LDAP service for identification and authentication
Troubleshoot binding issues with an LDAP server
If your organization has a standard LDAP service that provides directory services, it is easy to integrate Mac OS X into your LDAP service. But what if your LDAP service doesn’t have all the data required to enable users to log in to Mac OS X and automatically access a network home folder?
In this chapter you will consider two specific cases: standard installations of the LDAP service from the open source project OpenLDAP ...