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User profile for user: Mac openldap client automount I'm able to authenticate to my linux openldap server, but how do I get the user's homedirs to automount? Where are the openldap client files located?

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Antonio Rocco Antonio Rocco. Servers Enterprise Speciality level out of ten: Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. It's annoying, but they work.

You can probably cobble together a script that would update them from a central server. We've opted to move the Macs away from NFS going forward and eventually those files will become a thing of the past. In the current setup with LDAP, OS X retrieves the mounts a and handles them with autofs, and we expe ct there must be a way of providing this through AD in a similar fashion.

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  • All of these tutorials seem somewhat outdated as they were written at times when extending the AD schema was apparently necessary even for OS X clients to bind with AD I have not found any newer information on whether this approach is st ill supported in today's OS X currently we run OS X Sierra on our workstations. A networking community dedicated to improving infrastructure, workflows, and support across the Entertainment Industry. Follow StudioSysAdmins on: Login Sign Me Up.

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    Sponsor Products. Quantum Unveils Latest Xcel StudioSysAdmins is now on S Response from Andrew Casper Dec. Response from William Sandler Nov. YellowDog Cloud Rendering R Post-Production Storage Sol Thread Tags: You could simply add Profile Manager to an OSX Server, bind the mac clients to said server, and then apply the network drives as login items to selected AD groups.