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EssentialMacOSXPantherServerAdministration ByMichaelBartosh,RyanFaas Publisher:O'Reilly PubDate:May2005 ISBN:0-596-00635-7 Pages:848 TableofContents |Index FromthecommandlinetoApple'sgraphicaltools,thisbookusesathorough,fundamental approachthatleadsreaderstomasteryofeveryaspectoftheserver Fullofmuch-needed insight,clearexplanations,troubleshootingtips,andsecurityinformationineverychapter, thebookshowssystemadministratorshowtoutilizethesoftware'scapabilitiesand featuresfortheirindividualneeds Someofthetopicscoveredindetailinclude: Installation Deployment Servermanagement Directoryservices Webapplicationservices Systeminteraction Datagathering Stressplanning Thiscomprehensiveguidealsotakesthetimetocarefullyhighlightandanalyzethe differencesbetweenMacOSXandtheotherserverplatforms Whetheryou'reaseasonedUnixorWindowsadministratororalong-timeMac professional,EssentialMacOSXPantherServerAdministrationprovidesyouwiththe depthyou'reseekingtomaximizethepotentialofyourMacOSXPantherServer EssentialMacOSXPantherServerAdministration ByMichaelBartosh,RyanFaas Publisher:O'Reilly PubDate:May2005 ISBN:0-596-00635-7 Pages:848 TableofContents |Index Copyright Preface AudienceforThisBook HowThisBookIsOrganized ConventionsUsedinThisBook UsingCodeExamples Safari®Enabled We'dLiketoHearfromYou Acknowledgments PartI: ServerInstallationandManagement Chapter1 DesigningYourServerEnvironment Section1.1 Planning Chapter2 InstallingandConfiguringMacOSXServer Section2.1 MacOSXServerInstallationArchitecture Section2.2 GraphicalInstallationandConfiguration Section2.3 Command-LineInstallationandConfiguration Section2.4 AutomaticServerConfiguration Section2.5 OtherInstallationandConfigurationOptions Section2.6 PuttingItAllTogether Chapter3 ServerManagementTools Section3.1 GraphicalTools Section3.2 Command-LineTools Section3.3 ServerManagementDaemons Chapter4 SystemAdministration Section4.1 Philosophies Section4.2 SystemManagement Chapter5 Troubleshooting Section5.1 Strategies Section5.2 Tools PartII: DirectoryServices Chapter6 OpenDirectoryServer Section6.1 ManagingOpenDirectoryServer Section6.2 AccessinganOpenDirectoryDomain Chapter7 IdentificationandAuthorizationinOpenDirectoryServer Section7.1 LDAP:ACommunicationProtocol Section7.2 LDAPBasics Section7.3 OpenLDAP Section7.4 LDAPDataandOpenDirectoryServer Chapter8 AuthenticationinOpenDirectoryServer Section8.1 PasswordService(SASL) Section8.2 Kerberos:MITKDC Section8.3 PuttingItAllTogether Chapter9 ReplicationinOpenDirectoryServer Section9.1 CreatinganOpenDirectoryReplica Section9.2 TheReplicationProcess Section9.3 Client-SideReplicaDiscovery Section9.4 ReplicationBestPractices PartIII: IPServices Chapter10 xinetd Section10.1 Configuration Section10.2 Architecture Chapter11 DNS Section11.1 GraphicalInterface Section11.2 ConfigurationStorage Section11.3 Troubleshooting Section11.4 AdvancedConfiguration Chapter12 DHCP Section12.1 GraphicalConfiguration Section12.2 AdvancedConfiguration Section12.3 ISC'sdhcpd Chapter13 NAT Section13.1 ManagingNAT Section13.2 Architecture Section13.3 AdvancedConfiguration PartIV: FileServices Chapter14 FileServicesOverview Section14.1 SharePoints Section14.2 ManagingSharePoints Section14.3 ThesharingCommand Section14.4 Automounts Section14.5 AutomountSchema Section14.6 GuestAccessandAutomounts Section14.7 TroubleshootingAutomounts Section14.8 SupportingHomeDirectories Chapter15 AppleFilingProtocol Section15.1 AFPManagement:ServerAdmin Section15.2 AFPManagement:WorkgroupManager Section15.3 Architecture Section15.4 PermissionsMapping Section15.5 Integration Section15.6 Troubleshooting Chapter16 WindowsFileServices Section16.1 ManagingWindowsServices:ServerAdmin Section16.2 ManagingWindowsServicesUsingWorkgroupManager Section16.3 Architecture Section16.4 Apple'sChangestoSamba Section16.5 UsefulUtilities Section16.6 Troubleshooting Chapter17 FTP Section17.1 ManagingFTPwithServerAdmin Section17.2 ManagingFTPUsingWorkgroupManager Section17.3 Architecture Section17.4 SecuringFTP Chapter18 NetworkFileSystem Section18.1 TheNFS(In)securityModel Section18.2 ManagingNFSwithServerAdmin Section18.3 ManagingNFSwithWorkgroupManager Chapter19 PrintServices Section19.1 ManagingPrintServices Section19.2 PrintServiceAccess Section19.3 ManagingPrintServiceswithWorkgroupManager Section19.4 MakingQueuesAvailableinOpenDirectory Section19.5 QuotasandAuthentication Section19.6 PrintServicesArchitecture PartV: SecurityServices Chapter20 TheMacOSXServerFirewall Section20.1 AFirewall'sPlaceinNetworkCommunication Section20.2 ReportingandMonitoring Section20.3 ManagingtheFirewallService Chapter21 VirtualPrivateNetworks Section21.1 VPNProtocols Section21.2 ServerConfiguration Section21.3 racoon.confracoon.conf Section21.4 anonymous.conf Section21.5 ConfiguringPPTP Section21.6 Logging Section21.7 ClientInformation Section21.8 InternetConnect Section21.9 OtherConsiderations PartVI: InternetServices Chapter22 MailServices Section22.1 MailProtocols Section22.2 GraphicalManagement Section22.3 MailArchitecture Section22.4 Migration Section22.5 AdvancedConfiguration Chapter23 WebServices Section23.1 WebServices Section23.2 WebServiceConfiguration:TheSettingsTab Section23.3 Architecture Section23.4 UsefulUtilities Section23.5 Troubleshooting Chapter24 ApplicationServers Section24.1 RunningtheServer Section24.2 InstallingApplications Section24.3 ServerLayout Section24.4 BuildingJavaWebApplications Section24.5 ComplexApplications Section24.6 AppleProprietaryTools Section24.7 NextSteps PartVII: ClientManagement Chapter25 ManagingPreferencesforMacOSXClients Section25.1 ApplyingManagedPreferences Section25.2 ConfiguringIndividualPreferences Chapter26 ManagingClassicMacOSWorkstationsUsingMacManager Section26.1 MacManagerandOpenDirectory Section26.2 MacManagerEnvironmentTypes Section26.3 MacManagerSharePointsandFolders Section26.4 TheMacManagerClientSoftware Section26.5 MacManagerPreferenceManagement Section26.6 MacManagerAdministration Section26.7 TroubleshootingMacManager Chapter27 ManagingWindowsClientsUsingMacOSXServer Section27.1 HostingaWindowsDomain Section27.2 ConfiguringMemberandStandaloneServers Section27.3 IntegratingWindowsMemberServersinaMacOSXServerHostedDomain Chapter28 WorkstationDeploymentandMaintenance Section28.1 DiskImages Section28.2 NetBoot Section28.3 NetInstallNetInstall Section28.4 AppleSoftwareRestore Section28.5 DeployingNewSoftwareandSoftwareUpdates Chapter29 AppleRemoteDesktop Section29.1 AdministratorComputers Section29.2 RemoteDesktopUsers Section29.3 InstallingandConfiguringtheARDClientSoftware Section29.4 WorkingwithComputerLists Section29.5 RemoteManagementTasks Section29.6 GeneratingClientReports Section29.7 AutomatingRemoteDesktopUsingtheSavedTasksList Section29.8 WorkingwithVNC IntroductiontoDirectoryServices Identification,Authentication,andAuthorization OpenDirectory:TheEver-ExpandingMarketecture ThelookupdDaemon Colophon AbouttheAuthors Colophon Index EssentialMacOSXPantherServerAdministration byMichaelBartoshandRyanFaas Copyright©2005O'ReillyMedia,Inc Allrightsreserved PrintedintheUnitedStatesofAmerica PublishedbyO'ReillyMedia,Inc.,1005GravensteinHighway North,Sebastopol,CA95472 O'Reillybooksmaybepurchasedforeducational,business,or salespromotionaluse Onlineeditionsarealsoavailablefor mosttitles(safari.oreilly.com) Formoreinformation,contact ourcorporate/institutionalsalesdepartment:(800)998-9938or corporate@oreilly.com Editor: ChuckToporek ProductionEditor: AdamWitwer CoverDesigner: EmmaColby InteriorDesigner: DavidFutato PrintingHistory: May2005: FirstEdition NutshellHandbook,theNutshellHandbooklogo,andthe O'ReillylogoareregisteredtrademarksofO'ReillyMedia,Inc EssentialMacOSXPantherServerAdministration,theimageof theSenegaleselioness,andrelatedtradedressaretrademarks ofO'ReillyMedia,Inc Manyofthedesignationsusedbymanufacturersandsellersto distinguishtheirproductsareclaimedastrademarks Where thosedesignationsappearinthisbook,andO'ReillyMedia,Inc wasawareofatrademarkclaim,thedesignationshavebeen printedincapsorinitialcaps Apple,theApplelogo, Mac,Finder,FireWire,iBook,iDisk,iMac, iPod,Mac,Maclogo,Macintosh,PowerBook,QuickTime, QuickTimelogo,Rendezvous,andSherlockaretrademarksof AppleComputer,Inc.,registeredintheU.S andother countries The"keyboard"Applelogo(Shift-Command-K)is usedwithpermissionofAppleComputer,Inc Whileeveryprecautionhasbeentakeninthepreparationofthis book,thepublisherandauthorsassumenoresponsibilityfor errorsoromissions,orfordamagesresultingfromtheuseof theinformationcontainedherein Preface AsApple'splaceininstitutionalandenterprisemarketplaceshas grown,sohasMacOSXServer,Apple'sserversoftware product MacOSXServerseekstoprovidecentralizedservices toavarietyofcross-platformclients,andhasonlygrownin scopesinceitsintroductionin2000 Thattremendously expandingscopegavebirthtothisbook Littleornoin-depthdocumentationexistsforMacOSXServer Sure,Appleprovidesabout1,200pagesworthofPDF documentation,butyouhavetowadethroughfieldsofApple marketingjargontogettothetastybits,andeventhen,you're leftholdingcrumbsandscratchingyourhead Alot Essential MacOSXPantherServerAdministrationseekstofillthatvoid, approachingApple'sserversystemsinathoroughand fundamentalway,fromthecommandlinetoApple'sgraphical tools EssentialMacOSXPantherServerAdministrationisfortheIT professionalwhowantstopushMacOSXServertoitslimits Serveradministrationalltootypicallyisacomplextask, requiringintegrationwithnotonebutseveraldisparate systems,oftenrunbydifferentadministrators,andthisbookis writtenwiththatinmind Ifyou'veeverwonderedhowtosafely manipulateMacOSXServer'smanyunderlyingconfiguration filesorneededtoexplainAFPpermissionmappingthisbook's foryou AudienceforThisBook ThisbookiswrittenforMacintoshsystemadministrators responsibleforrunningMacOSXServer Whilethefocusis orientedtowardsITprofessionals,thisbookshouldalsobeof interesttoanyonepursuinganaccumulatedknowledgeof serverproductsandtheirevolution Whetheryou'reaseasoned UnixorWindowsadministratororalong-timeMacprofessional, EssentialMacOSXPantherServerAdministrationprovidesyou withthedepthyou'reseekingtomaximizethepotentialofyour MacOSXServerdeployment Thisisnotabookforbeginners Ifyouareagraphicartistlookingto installawebserver,youshouldprobablylookforanotherbook,suchas FoundationMacOSXWebDevelopmentbyPhilSherry(Apress,2004) SchounRegan'sMacOSXServer10.3Panther:VisualQuickPro Guide(Peachpit,2005)providesabasicintroductiontoMacOSX Server ThisbookisalsoananalysisofMacOSXServerincludingthe infrastructuresandtoolsusedtomanageApple'sServer services Asmentionedearlier,MacOSXServerisanextremely broadproductprovidingavarietyofservices Thisbookisnot meantasacomplete,protocol-leveldiscussionofHTTP,DNS,or anyotherofthewell-documentedtechnologiesimplementedin MacOSXServer ItisinsteadconcernedprimarilywithApplespecificchanges,managementtechniquesandconfiguration architectures Index [SYMBOL][A][B][C][D][E][F][G][H][I][J][K][L][M][N] [O][P][Q][R][S][T][U][V][W][X][Z] tar,backupalternatives TCP(TransmissionControlProtocol) tcpdump,networktroubleshooting templates,MacManager Terminalservices(Windows) testing systemadministrationand troubleshooting,scientificmethodand third-partytoolsforsoftwaremanagement tickets,Kerberos Tomcat locations tools command-line serveradmin sharing OpenLDAPtools PasswordServer troubleshootingtools filters forensictools joiners networktools transmission,latency troubleshooting abstraction AFP Apache ApplicationServer automounts |(pipe)symbol troubleshooting(continued) bootpd Cyrus debuggingand DNS,BIND logsand MacManager nameresolution networkconnectivity NFS OpenLDAP Postfix quickfixes Samba scientificmethod slapddaemon strategies toolsfor filters forensictools joiners networktools verbosityand Index [SYMBOL][A][B][C][D][E][F][G][H][I][J][K][L][M][N] [O][P][Q][R][S][T][U][V][W][X][Z] UID,MacManagerand underprivilegedusers,BIND UniqueID,NFS UniversalAccesspreferencespane,managedpreferences updates MacManagerclient software ARD deployment majorupdates methods minorupdates securityupdates SoftwareUpdatetool USBDevicesreport,RemoteDesktop userexperience,graphicaltoolsand users ARD-enableduseraccounts BIND,underprivilegedusers MacManager importing settingsconfiguration managedpreferences messages,RemoteDesktop Windowsuserprofilesetup WorkgroupManager creating Groupstab utilities NetworkImageUtility2nd NFSutilities OpenLDAPutilities Samba service WebServices Index [SYMBOL][A][B][C][D][E][F][G][H][I][J][K][L][M][N] [O][P][Q][R][S][T][U][V][W][X][Z] verification,troubleshootingandscientificmethod ViewDirectoriesoption,WorkgroupManager Viewstab,Finderpreferencespane virtualdomains,MailServices virtualhomedirectory,shares VNC(VirtualNetworkComputing) ARDand ARDclientasserver RemoteDesktopasviewer volumes description swapspace VPNs(VirtualPrivateNetworks) authentication configuration InternetConnectionapplication KeychainAccessutility protocols L2TPoverIPSec PPTP2nd Rendezvousservices ServerAdmin ClientInformationpane Connectionstab Generaltab Logviewer Loggingtab Settingssection subnets Systemkeychain Index [SYMBOL][A][B][C][D][E][F][G][H][I][J][K][L][M][N] [O][P][Q][R][S][T][U][V][W][X][Z] WAR(webapplicationresource) WARfiles watchdog webapplications complex installation Java,building WebServices architecture configuration MIMEtypes modules proxyserver ServerAdmin Apache2.0 Generaltab Graphspane Logspane Modulestab Overviewpane performancecache Proxytab Sitespane utilities Webalzyer WebMail security WebObjectsframework proprietarytools Windows Applicationservices domainhosting domains accessconfiguration controllers controllers,OSXserveras limitations migratingusers requirements fileservices loginscripts masterbrowsers Memberservers mixed-serverplatforms printservers servers,need Terminalservices userprofiles workstations,Homedirectory WindowsComputerslist,WorkgroupManager WindowsServices architecture computername domainhosting ServerAdmin Accesstab Advancedpane CodePage Logsinterface Settingssection SMBconnections WorkgroupManager SMB workgroups WINS(WindowsInternetNameService) WorkgroupManager accountmanagement2nd Advancedtab AFP sharepoints backend CommentsandKeywords ComputerLists computerlists accesslimits creating GuestComputerslist MCXcache fileimportformat FTPservices groupaccounts GroupFolder groups creating systemgroup Groupstab Hometab Inspector MailServices Cyrusconfiguration managedpreferences NetworkMountoption NFS permissions,copyingand preferencepanes preferences2nd PrintServices authentication printquota quotas Protocolstab searches WorkgroupManager(continued) sharepoints AFP automounts sharingcommand Sharingsection sharing/unsharing SSLand users creating Groupstab systemusers ViewDirectoriesoption Windowscomputerslist WindowsServices SMB workgroups Finderworkgroup Privilegestab MacManager sharedfolders Optionstab Panels,privileges printers RestrictedFinderworkgroupprivileges volumes workstations administrator,MacManager deployment diskimagesand NetBoot Windows,Homedirectory Index [SYMBOL][A][B][C][D][E][F][G][H][I][J][K][L][M][N] [O][P][Q][R][S][T][U][V][W][X][Z] xinetd architecture configuration options MacOSX-specific securityrelated Xserve Index [SYMBOL][A][B][C][D][E][F][G][H][I][J][K][L][M][N] [O][P][Q][R][S][T][U][V][W][X][Z] zones,DNS transfers,limiting ... fundamentalway,fromthecommandlinetoApple'sgraphical tools Essential Mac OS X Panther Server Administration isfortheIT professionalwhowantstopush Mac OS X Server toitslimits Server administration alltootypicallyisacomplextask,... Foundation Mac OS X WebDevelopmentbyPhilSherry(Apress,2004) SchounRegan's Mac OS X Server 10.3 Panther: VisualQuickPro Guide(Peachpit, 2005) providesabasicintroductionto Mac OS X Server Thisbookisalsoananalysisof Mac OS X Server includingthe.. .Essential Mac OS X Panther Server Administration ByMichaelBartosh,RyanFaas Publisher:O'Reilly PubDate: May 2005 ISBN: 0-596-00635-7 Pages:848 TableofContents |Index
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Xem thêm: OReilly essential mac OS x panther server administration may 2005 ISBN 0596006357 , OReilly essential mac OS x panther server administration may 2005 ISBN 0596006357 , Chapter 1.  Designing Your Server Environment, Chapter 2.  Installing and Configuring Mac OS X Server, Chapter 3.  Server Management Tools, Chapter 6.  Open Directory Server, Chapter 7.  Identification and Authorization in Open Directory Server, Chapter 8.  Authentication in Open Directory Server, Chapter 9.  Replication in Open Directory Server, Chapter 14.  File Services Overview, Chapter 15.  Apple Filing Protocol, Chapter 16.  Windows File Services, Chapter 18.  Network File System, Chapter 20.  The Mac OS X Server Firewall, Chapter 21.  Virtual Private Networks, Chapter 25.  Managing Preferences for Mac OS X Clients, Chapter 26.  Managing Classic Mac OS Workstations Using Mac Manager, Chapter 27.  Managing Windows Clients Using Mac OS X Server, Chapter 28.  Workstation Deployment and Maintenance, Chapter 29.  Apple Remote Desktop

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