You can use DSCC to perform this task. For information, see Directory Service Control Center Interface and the DSCC online help.
View the properties of a request filtering policy.
$ dpconf get-request-filtering-policy-prop -h host -p port policy-name
The default properties of a request filtering policy are as follows:
allow-add-operations : true allow-bind-operations : true allow-compare-operations : true allow-delete-operations : true allow-extended-operations : true allow-inequality-search-operations : true allow-modify-operations : true allow-rename-operations : true allow-search-operations : true allowed-comparable-attrs : all allowed-search-scopes : base allowed-search-scopes : one-level allowed-search-scopes : subtree allowed-subtrees : "" description : - prohibited-comparable-attrs : none prohibited-subtrees : none
Configure the request filtering policy by setting one ore more of the properties listed in Step 1.
$ dpconf set-request-filtering-policy-prop -h host -p port policy-name \ property:value [property:value ...]
By setting the properties listed in Step 1, you configure the following features of the request filtering policy:
The types of operations that clients are allowed to perform
The subtrees that are exposed to a client or hidden from a client
The scope for search operations
The types of search filters
The attribute types that can or cannot be compared in search and compare operations