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Apple Training Series: Mac OS X Directory Services v10.6: A Guide to Configuring Directory Services on Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server [Paperback]

Arek Dreyer , Ben Greisler

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1 Dec 2009 0321635329 978-0321635327 1
This reference provides in-depth technical information on Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server's directory services architecture. System administrators and IT professionals will learn the details of how to deploy Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server within a multiplatform, heterogeneous environment, with an emphasis on integrating user accounts and authentication processes. This book is a perfect study aid for the Directory Services exam, and also serves as an in-depth technical reference for experienced system administrators and engineers. This reference follows the learning objectives of the Directory Services exam, which is one requirement toward the Apple Certified System Administrator (ACSA) certification, Apple's highest level of IT certification. Chapter tests reinforce the knowledge gained along the way.

The Apple Training Series serves as both a self-paced learning tool and the official curriculum for the Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server certification programs.

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This reference provides in-depth technical information on Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server's directory services architecture. System administrators and IT professionals will learn the details of how to deploy Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server within a multiplatform, heterogeneous environment, with an emphasis on integrating user accounts and authentication processes. This book is a perfect study aid for the Directory Services exam, and also serves as an in-depth technical reference for experienced system administrators and engineers. This reference follows the learning objectives of the Directory Services exam, which is one requirement toward the Apple Certified System Administrator (ACSA) certification, Apple's highest level of IT certification. Chapter tests reinforce the knowledge gained along the way.

The Apple Training Series serves as both a self-paced learning tool and the official curriculum for the Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server certification programs.

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2.0 out of 5 stars Too many errors and problems 14 Oct 2010
By C. F Higgins - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
The other books I own from this publisher are very good, but this one looks like it was hurried to press and not properly proof-read.

Examples of errors:

on page 51 is a command for creating groups in the directory called "dseditgroup", and the text reads

"dseditgroup -o -create ..."

there is no hyphen before "create."

This is pretty minor, but more frustrating are the situations in which the author simply skips over some critical information, such as on page 32 when he mentions user record templates. He tells us what should be in there, but doesn't tell us what format this template should be in, the syntax to use, etc.

This stuff needs to be corrected in the next edition for sure.
5.0 out of 5 stars MacOSX Dir. Svcs. - Great learning and reference manual 9 Jan 2012
By jimmydtx - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm still tearing into this book but, so far, it seems to very much have the 'under the hood,' in depth information that I was looking for. I will certainly continue to purchase items from this collection of Apple resources and from this vendor.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Knocked One Out Of The Park 29 Jan 2010
By Charles S. Edge - Published on Amazon.com
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This title is absolutely worth every penny. From Open Directory to Active Directory, to a healthy combination, this book is well written, well organized and obviously painstakingly combed over. The excursuses are well thought out and the text contains thorough coverage of the topic that is unparalleled. This book will remain on my bookshelf for a long time to come (until it is updated to 10.7 at least)!
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