5 edition of LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment found in the catalog.
September 17, 2003
by Prentice Hall PTR
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||704|
I want to test the LDAP connectivity between my linux machine to the windows domain controler, so I installed successfully the tool- ldapsearch. The Linux machine do authentication of users agaisnt the domain controller (win machine) so to test the LDAP I run this command. ldapsearch -x -h -b "dc=apple,dc=com". Operating Systems > Unix # inÂ Books > Textbooks > Computer Science > Operating Systems There are lots of Solaris books on the market, most of which are horrible. This book is the only book Solaris Operating Environment Boot Camp LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment: Deploying.
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LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment is a follow-on to the Sun BluePrints book Solaris and LDAP Naming Services, and describes the significant improvements to the Solaris LDAP client and directory server. Deploying the Solaris Secured LDAP Client is covered in detail.5/5(1).
LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment is a follow-on to the Sun BluePrints book Solaris and LDAP Naming Services, and describes the significant improvements to the Solaris LDAP client and directory server.
Deploying the Solaris Secured LDAP Client is covered in detail. The book was telling mostly about what LDAP is, but not much about how to use it in Solaris. The new version is great. It tells you what you can use LDAP for, how to plan, deploy and support services.
It also covers recent version of Sun Directory Server () and 2 the most popular versions of Solaris 5/5. LDAP in the Solaris™ Operating Environment: Deploying Secure Directory Services by Michael Haines, Tom Bialaski. The first new naming service in over 10 years was introduced in the Solaris^TM 8 Operating Environment.
This naming service is based on the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) which. 2 Implementing LDAP in the Solaris™ Operating Environment • October Although the Solaris native LDAP implementation is independent of any particular LDAP server, the server chosen for these examples is the iPlanet™ Directory Server from iPlanet E-Commerce Solutions, a Sun-Netscape Alliance.
The server. LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment: Deploying Secure Directory Services Michael Haines, Tom Bialaski Paperback, pages - USD $ (approx. €49,87). LDAP as a Naming Service in the Solaris Operating Environment In Solaris, like NIS and NIS+, LDAP can also be used by the naming service switch to allow Solaris clients to obtain naming information.
The predominant protocol-independent interfaces to naming services within Solaris. ldap_cachemgr Daemon; NIS/NIS+ to LDAP Transition; ldaplist Command; Appendix A Schemas. IETF Schemas. RFC Network Information Service Schema; Mail Alias Schema; Solaris Schemas.
Extended User Accounting Schema; Role Based Access Control Schema; Solaris Client Naming Profile Schema; Appendix B Troubleshooting the Configuration. Buy LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment: Deploying Secure Directory Services (Sun Blueprints, the Official Sun Microsystems Resource) 01 by Haines, Michael, Bialaski, Tom (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Introducing LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment --Assessing your needs for naming service transition and consolidation --Defining directory service security architecture --Deploying Solaris OE LDAP naming services --Migrating legacy data to LDAP --Management tools and toolkits --Performing administrative tasks --Selecting storage for optimum directory server performance --Performing.
LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment Deploying Secure Directory Services Provides an in-depth discussion of Solaris Operating Environment security methods and how they relate to LDAP as a naming service Covers migration planning tips from NIS/NIS+ to an LDAP-based naming service including capacity planning Presents an overview of LDAP tools and toolkits, and how they are used to administer LDAP.
Solaris Name Services 16 LDAP Model 16 Why LDAP as a Naming Service. 17 LDAP as a Naming Service in the Solaris Operating Environment 18 LDAP Operations 19 2. Server Setup 21 Requirements 21 H Verify that Directory Supports Simple Page Mode Control. 22 H Verify that Directory Supports Virtual List Views.
22 Schemas 23 Directory Information Tree This article contains information derived from a Sun BluePrints book titled, LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment – Deploying Secure Directory Services, by Michael Haines and Tom Bialaski.
This book is scheduled for publication in the Fall of LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment[c] Deploying Secure Directory Services, (isbn ), by Haines M., Bialaski T. Michael has held various engineering positions within Sun, and he is the coauthor of the Sun BluePrints Solaris and LDAP Naming Services--Deploying LDAP in the Enterprise, published in Tom Bialaski is a senior staff engineer in the Enterprise Engineering group at Sun Microsystems.
LDAP in the Solaris Operating EnvironmentDeploying Secure Directory Services *Provides an in-depth discussion of Solaris Operating Environment security methods and how they relate to LDAP as a naming service*Covers migration planning tips from NIS/NIS+ to an LDAP-based naming service including capacity planning*Presents an overview of LDAP tools and toolkits, and how they are used to.
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) Howto, Chapter 13 from the Red Hat Linux Reference Guide Measurement and Analysis of LDAP Performance Xin Wang et al, Moving Outlook/vCards to an LDAP Address Book Discussion,Aug Native LDAP on Solaris: Migrating from NIS/NIS+ to LDAP Jeff Weiss, OpenLDAP (in Italian).
I have successfully configured Solaris clients to use Windows R2 Active Directory for LDAP authentication over SSL.
However, my production environment is still running on Solaris I am able to make Kerberos and ldapsearch working on Solaris-9, but I am still NOT able to use PuTTY to make authentication with AD.
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Implementing LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment (October ) -by Tom Bialaski. This article provides an overview of LDAP implementation. LDAP is an industry standard interface that is more than just a protocol.
This article provides an explanation of the LDAP .LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment Deploying Secure Directory Services By Tom Bialaski and Michael Haines First edition, pages ISBN buy now» /7/4, sdeshingkar21 via unixadmin-l: > > > > We want to configure basic ldap configuration anybody having > information about how to configure ldap on solarisWe required.OpenDJ - a Java-based LDAP server and directory client that runs in any operating environment, under license CDDL ; OpenLDAP - a free, open source implementation.
Linux/UNIX. Evolution - the contacts part of GNOME's PIM can query LDAP servers. KAddressBook - the address book application for KDE, capable of querying LDAP servers.