Mac OS X 10.12.6
I’ve been trying a few things and I’m not sure how this works with UCS. Samba network homes are not working very well for us. And I’m trying to move back to NFS homes. I can see the ldap attribute setup for it and while I can bind via Active Directory and specify the NFS protocol in Apple Directory setup it won’t find the home folder upon login like it does when using SMB. Yes, the NFS home directory matches the /etc/exports of the file server it’s connecting to.
I’ve also been trying to connect Apple’s Directory Utility directly to the OpenLDAP side of UCS but it refuses to connect at all when I attempt to bind or browse the directory from within the utility. I know I’m using the correct DN for authentication (uid=administrator,cn=users,dc=mydomain,dc=org). I can connect to OpenLDAP with a 3rd party LDAP utility with the same DN and password but not at all from the Directory Utility app. I have specified RFC2307 as the LDAP Mappings as well as port 7389. Since UCS uses self signed SSL for 7636 that connection fails even though we have added our own SSL for this UCS DC master.