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45-17 is a solid win.  They didn’t look bad though, expect better things from them next year (just hopefully not against us;)

September 30th, 2007

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In Directory Access, click Services and authenticate.  Then select LDAPv3 in the list of services, then click Configure. Net, select the server configuration of interest, then click Edit. Or click on the plus icon and type in the name of the server and click on Bind.  When prompted, enter the name of the computer and the name and password of an LDAP directory domain admin account. Next, click on the OK button bind. 

September 29th, 2007

Posted In: Mac OS X

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Kerberos uses keys to transmit information between hosts.  There are  session keys and service keys kept in the keytab file on the KDC.  The KDC (Key Distribution Center) then does out keys as needed.  To see the service keys: klist -k /etc/krb5.keytab

September 28th, 2007

Posted In: Mac OS X Server

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A realm is where the kerberos database is stored.  The realm lives on one computer (KDC) and  can have read-only slave servers (kinda’ like a cluster).  Each realm will have a listing in the following files /private/var/db/krb5kdc/  .k5.FQDN.OF.REALM (secret key)  kdc.conf (configuration file for the KDC)  kadm5.acl (access control list for KDC) 

September 27th, 2007

Posted In: Active Directory, Mac OS X Server, Mac Security

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Mac OS X Server automatically takes the FQDN for the machine and uses that for the Kerberos realm

September 26th, 2007

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Download it here: http://web.mit.edu/kerberos/dist/

September 25th, 2007

Posted In: Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, Mac Security

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ssh -X serveraddress gui-tool

September 24th, 2007

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Overtime?  I thought the Tide’s glory days had left with Bear Bryant.  Nick Saban, whether I hate it or not, is a solid football coach and a good recruiter.  He almost knocked off UGA.  We hung on to win in OT.  But, beware next season.  I thought they weren’t supposed to be good for a year or two…  Look out SEC…  Sucks for Georgia…

September 23rd, 2007

Posted In: Football

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Kerio leverages the OWA aspect of Entourage so if you open up OWA on the firewall then Entourage will be able to work over port 80 (or 443).

September 22nd, 2007

Posted In: Kerio, Mac OS X

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I originally posted this at http://www.318.com/TechJournal Some useful shortcuts for Safari users: Command-N opens a new Window Command-T opens a new tab Command-Option-V – views the page source Command-Up Arrow scrolls to the top of a page Command-Down Arrow scrolls to the bottom of a page Spacebar – scrolls down Command-Shift-+ Zooms in Command-Shift– Zooms out Command-W closes the current tab Command-Q quits Safari Command-M minimizes Safari Command-R reloads a page Command-Shift-H takes you home Command-Shift-D bookmarks the current page Command-K enables or disables the pop-up blocker Command-Option-V views page source Command-Shift-A autofills forms Command-Option-F takes you to the Google box Command-Option-K marks a page Command-} takes you to the next tab Command-{ takes you to the previous tab Command-Option-P returns to a marked page Command-Shift-N creates a new Bookmarks folder Command-[ goes to the previous page Command-] goes to the next page (if there is one)

September 21st, 2007

Posted In: Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server

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