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Apple Training Series: Mac OS X Directory Services v10.6 by Ben Greisler, Arek Dreyer

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Appendix A. Extending Your Novell eDirectory Schema

If the majority of your users are already defined in a Novell eDirectory node, you may decide to extend your eDirectory schema to provide support for attributes and object classes specifically for Apple objects.

MacEnterprise.org (www.macenterprise.org/) hosts an LDAP Data Interchange Format (LDIF) file specifically tailored for eDirectory for Mac OS X v10.6, and a plist file for custom mappings in Directory Utility. Download the files, and then import the LDIFs using Novell tools. If you restrict access to objects and attributes, whether you use an LDAP proxy user or the [Public] user, grant read access to the new object classes and attributes for the appropriate user. Use Directory Utility ...

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