Mac Mgrs Mtg-2007.04.18-dscl
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Title Mac Mgrs Mtg-2007.04.18-dscl
Subject Information Technology
Description dscl - by James Reynolds A directory service is an application or set of applications that stores information about users and resources. Active Directory and LDAP are both examples of directory service applications. Mac OS X 10.4 (client and server) is configured to connect to a directory service via the application "/Applications/Utilities/Directory" (other versions of OS X may name the application differently). By default Mac OS X is runs a local directory service that is configured in the System Preferences Accounts pane on OS X client and in Workgroup Manager on OS X Server. The dscl utility allows a user to inspect and modify a directory. James will show how to connect to a directory service using Directory Access and how to inspect and modify the data in the directory using dscl.
Publisher Multimedia Center, Marriott Library
Type Image
Language eng
Rights Management Digital version copyright 2007, University of Utah. All rights reserved.
Holding Institution Multimedia Center, Marriott Library, University of Utah
Scanning Technician UUMM
Metadata Cataloger jc
ARK ark:/87278/s6n01966
Setname uu_mmc_mr
Date Created 2007-06-21
Date Modified 2015-03-16
ID 232768
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