Directory Access controls (DACs) limit Doug Doeâ€™s read and write access to record in the directory
Network Access Control Lists (NACLs) block Doug Doeâ€™s access to Open Directory administration on the server.
File system Access control Lists (ACLs) limit Doug Doeâ€™s read and write access to configuration files on the server.
Service Access Control Lists (SACLs) prevent Doug Doeâ€™s connection to Open Directory
While configuring an LDAP connection on a Mac OS X computer, you created a custom mapping between open directory and LDAP attributes. Where does Mac OS X v10.6 store the custom mapping that the LDAP plug-in uses?
/Library/Application Support/Directory Access/LDAPv3/Templates/mappings.plist
Which command should you use to create and Open Directory replica on a server named â€śmainserver.pretendco.comâ€ť?
dscl localhost â€“createreplica /LDAPv3/mainserver.pretendco.com
A. dscl localhost â€“startreplicator/LDAPv3/mainserver.pretendco.com
slapconfig â€“createplica mainserver.pretendco.com diradmin â€śDirectory Administratorâ€ť 1000
slapconfig â€“startreplicator mainserver.pretendco.com diradmin â€śdirectory Administratorâ€ť 1000
Which application do you use to map an open directory record to an LDAP record?
Which keys are stored in a Kerberos service principal?
The public keys used to encrypt the TGT
The public keys used to initiate an SSL connection
The secret keys use to authenticate the user with the KDC
The secret keys used to authenticate a server with the KDC
You have started up a Mac OS X Server v10.6 computer in single-user mode. In this mode, which command-line tool should you use to edit a user in the /Local/Default directory domain?
When reviewing the directory service log file on your Mac OS X Server v10.6 computer, you see error number â€“ 14002 listed. Which command should you enter in Terminal to discover the meaning of this error number?
cat /var/db/err / grep 14002
DirectoryService â€“error 14002 24
Chris logs into a Mac OS X Server v10.6 computer using a non-administrator network user account hosted on a Mac OS X Server v10.6 computer. The user account is configured to use an Open directory password. When chirs tries to connect to an AFP server that is configured to use only Kerberos authentication, and â€śAuthenticate to Kerberosâ€ť kialog appears, requesting a name, realm, and password. Chris enters a valid user account name, realm, and password, and click OK. The same dialog reappears. How should a local system administrator resolve this issue?
Delete the System keychain on the Mac OS X client computer.
Use directory Access on the Mac OS X client computer to enable the Kerberosv5 plug-in
Run kdestroy on the Mac OS X client computer to destroy any existing tickets in the
client computer,s cache.
Use workgroup manager to create a secure shadow hash of the userâ€™s password on the Mac OS X Server computer
Use date & time preferences on the Mac OS X client computer to set the client,s date,
time, and time zone to match the KDC.
In Mac OS X Server v10.6, which statement about dscl is true?
Dscl can edit BSD flat files.
dscl shows native data types.
dscl makes requests through DirectoryService.
dscl edits the local directory data store without starting another process.
You are configuring a Mac OS X Server v10.6 computer to use an LDAP server for login window authentication. Which open directory user attribute must you map to an LDAP user attribute?
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I remember way back, long ago, before the iPad, and before the iPhone, Apple had official certification training for OS X Server. I think I got my first certification around 10.3. Over time, additional courses appeared. There was an Xsan course, there was an OS X Server course, and there were plans for more. At the height of the Apple certification program,Â you could get the following for a full on systems administration plethora of acronyms, including ACDT, ACTC, ACSA, and ACMA:
You could also go further and get an Apple Certified Trainer designation (ACT) and be able to teach these classes. Certifications arenâ€™t everything, so it was certainly possible to get certified without having the skills, or to get l33t without getting the certs. However, they were a good guidepost for me when hiring and there were certain activities I engaged in with Apple that having the certifications was either required or extremely helpful.
But over time, Apple shifted its focus elsewhere. After the release of the iPad (and subsequent gangbuster sales of the product), the number of services and the viability of using some of those services in large environments (e.g. due to the death of the Xserve and Xserve RAID), have both decreased sharply. Meanwhile, the ease of use of the services has sharply increased. A simpler product required less training, so the ACSA went away. Additionally, Final Cut Server as a product was removed from Appleâ€™s portfolio and so the ACMA certification disappeared. By 10.10, there were two courses for OS X and OS X Server (ACTC) and another for hardware thatâ€™s much more specific to hardware repair.
But as with the Highlander, for 10.11, there can be only one. OS X Server no longer has a course.Â So today, Iâ€™ll sayÂ adios, Server certs. I spent a lot of time on you. I will miss you. OrÂ notsomuch. TBD. Itâ€™s a different worldâ€¦
The book for the OS X Server 10.11Server 5 course isÂ still being made. Iâ€™ve heard it should be out in January. And Iâ€™ll keep writing articles and books about this stuff for as long as itâ€™s viable. So thereâ€™s content. And Iâ€™m sure (like really sure) that there will be a third party that introduces a certification for OS X Server. So stay tunedÂ for more on that! And be assured that the end of one era usually represents the beginning of a new era. Those on that boat to the new era usually do well!
krypted November 10th, 2015
Posted In: certifications, Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server
ACHDS, apple certifications, apple certified systems administrator, apple certified technical coordinator, OS X Server
One thing about the Visual Studio interface has often bothered me:Â There is not a very good way to bookmark code - by that I mean the "bookmark" feature does not work very well.Â Although I am able to set and clear bookmarks using the bookmarks toolbar in code, it does not highlight code in editor like Breakpoints do.Â For that reason, I usually use breakpoints when working my way through code, and I wonder how many developers do the same.
The VS Options Interface gives you the option to change the FontsColors of the bookmarks by changing the background color of the custom text.Â However in order to get this to work you have to remove disable the Indicator margin as explained in How to change a bookmark color?.Â Although this is better this results in not being able to add and remove break points as easily.Â
By default (at least as my keyboard is setup) to set a breakpoint in this mode you have to use a function key (F9).Â Setting and clearing bookmarks using the control keys seem a little awkward as well.Â A bookmark is toggled by selecting ctrl-K, but you have to select it twice.Â Scrolling between Bookmarks is done by selecting Ctrl-K, Ctrl-P and Ctrl-K, Ctrl-N.
In the big scheme of thing this is minor, but this is one of those items I wish was implemented better.Â