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Mac® Security Bible by Joe Kissell

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26.3. Summary

This chapter covered basic configuration of Open Directory, the set of technologies Mac OS X Server uses to manage network user accounts. I explained the basics of configuring overall settings (particularly those with overt security implications) as well as creating users and groups. I also briefly discussed how to use Open Directory along with Microsoft Active Directory.

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