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Before you can use ACLs, you must turn them on for that particular volume:. Once you've enabled ACLs for the volume, you must assign specific rights to a file. When you need to see what ACLs are attached to a given file, you use ls with the -le options:.

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Workgroup Manager also makes the task of assigning and viewing ACLs easier, as shown in the following figure. As you can imagine, ACLs get very confusing very quickly.

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Just select a file or folder in Workgroup Manager, pull down the gear menu in the lower-right corner, and select Show Effective Permissions Inspector. If a password is stored in the user record, it is stored in crypt format.

It serves as a unique identifier for the group. Directory Services Administration 37 38 Part 1: Directory Services Administration Lesson 2. Goals Understand the type of data stored in each of the BSD flat files and identify those used by the Open Directory plug-in Use Directory Access to configure Open Directory on a Mac OS X computer to retrieve user records from BSD flat files Modify data in the local NetInfo database with both Workgroup Manager and dscl Understand how the DirectoryService process on Mac OS X uses plug-ins to access system information Use the lookupd command-line tool to determine which agents, in what order, are used for a particular category of items List the local data stores that Open Directory uses on Mac OS X Use lookupd to search for different types of user information This lesson introduces you to how Mac OS X accesses directory data stored on the computer, how to configure Mac OS X for local data access, and how to manipulate local directory data.

Run dscl in interactive mode by typing dscl localhost.

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A list of data paths is displayed. At the prompt, type cd Search. The prompt changes to indicate that you are now in a path that can be used to search directory services for information. List the categories of records that can be searched by typing ls. The ls command is the same as the list command.

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