Java Based LDAP Browser

Need to take a peek into your LDAP schema structure and hunt down some OUs? Take a look at LDAP Browser.

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Creating Domain Admins on an OS X Server PDC

Use the “net” command to create Admin users on your windows machines.

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A True Tale of an Xserve install

Notes of the install process for the new AFP548 Xserve

A discussion of some best practices for installing servers. Specifically those bound for co-locations facilities, but good ideas for any install.

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Open Directory Backup Script

A script to back up your OD Server

This will dump your LDAP, Password Server and Kerberos KDC databases to a backup folder. Get it in the downloads section here.

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Disk Imaging for Mac OS X Made Easy

They slice! They Dice! Disk images have become an invaluable tool for Mac admins everywhere. Read on to find out more.

(Minor updates for item removal. 4/15/2005)

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Entourage 2004 – Networked Home Folders

Getting Entourage 2004 to launch a second time after installation.

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LDAP Contact Database Utility

Great application to help you manage LDAP address books.

Don’t get your hands dirty with LDIF files, use this app to migrate your contacts from Address to your LDAP database. Get Address Book 4 LDAP here.

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We don\’t need no stinking blogs!

A little clarification on what the new site is all about

Cue the music, grab another drink and let me bring out the soapbox. I’m nailing a manifesto on the wall.

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WWDC 2004 Presentation – Scripting for Admins

Get the scripts from my WWDC 2004 Session

If you came to my Scripting for Admins session at the World Wide Developer’s Conference, or even if you didn’t, you can get the sample scripts from the Downloads sectionhere.

The archive includes Applescript, shell, and perl examples that should get you started leaving work early since all of your admin busy work will soon be automated.

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Script Archive

I’ve shown you mine, now show me yours!

Add your own scripts to the script archive in the Downloads section.

If it’s helped you out, it deals with OS X Server, and you’d like to share, please drop it off.

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