AD home folders on osx 10.6 server
We have setup a magic triangle where mac clients are dual-directory bound, using AD for auth. Plan is to have 10.6 server
storing the home folders.
In AD Users are setup with UNC paths to connect to a home folder located on an osx 10.6 'home' share. afp and smb enabled
on the 10.6 server box.
What ACL and other permissions should be set on the root 'home' share containing all users folders in WGM ? So that users' home folders
can be created on login and there's security to ensure that users only see their own homefolders and not others.
Is it a case of adding exactly the same ACL share permissions as you would if hosting homes on a w2k8 box ? will this work without
hitch. Or should specific ACL permissions be set at the volume level ?
Also, what's the best practice for chosing protocol type when using home folder syncing ? Does syncing work if the AD plugin on the client
is setup to use smb as the method to derive network home location ?