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System Administration Guide: Naming and Directory Services (DNS, NIS, and LDAP)     Oracle Solaris 11 Express 11/10
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Part I About Naming and Directory Services

1.  Naming and Directory Services (Overview)

2.  The Name Service Switch (Overview)

Part II DNS Setup and Administration

3.  DNS Setup and Administration (Reference)

Part III NIS Setup and Administration

4.  Network Information Service (NIS) (Overview)

5.  Setting Up and Configuring NIS Service

6.  Administering NIS (Tasks)

7.  NIS Troubleshooting

Part IV LDAP Naming Services Setup and Administration

8.  Introduction to LDAP Naming Services (Overview/Reference)

9.  LDAP Basic Components and Concepts (Overview)

10.  Planning Requirements for LDAP Naming Services (Tasks)

11.  Setting Up Sun Java System Directory Server With LDAP Clients (Tasks)

Configuring Sun Java System Directory Server by Using idsconfig

Creating a Checklist Based on Your Server Installation

Attribute Indexes

Schema Definitions

Using Browsing Indexes

Using Service Search Descriptors to Modify Client Access to Various Services

Setting Up SSDs Using idsconfig

Running idsconfig

How to Configure Sun Java System Directory Server by Using idsconfig

Example idsconfig Setup

Populating the Directory Server Using ldapaddent

How to Populate Sun Java System Directory Server With User Password Data Using ldapaddent

Managing Printer Entries

Adding Printers

Using lpget

Populating the Directory Server With Additional Profiles

How to Populate the Directory Server With Additional Profiles Using ldapclient

Configuring the Directory Server to Enable Account Management

For Clients That Use pam_ldap

For Clients That Use pam_unix

Migrating Your Sun Java System Directory Server

12.  Setting Up LDAP Clients (Tasks)

13.  LDAP Troubleshooting (Reference)

14.  LDAP General Reference (Reference)

15.  Transitioning From NIS to LDAP (Overview/Tasks)

Part V Active Directory Naming Service

16.  Setting Up Oracle Solaris Active Directory Clients



Managing Printer Entries

Adding Printers

To add printer entries to the LDAP directory, use either the printmgr configuration tool or the lpset -n ldap command-line utility. See lpset(1M). Note that the printer objects added to the directory only define the connection parameter, required by print system clients, of printers. Local print server configuration data is still held in files. A typical printer entry would look like the following:

sun-printer-kvp=description=HP LaserJet (PS)

Using lpget

lpget(1M) can be used to list all printer entries known by the LDAP client's LDAP directory. If the LDAP client's LDAP server is a replica server, then printers listed might not be the same as that in the master LDAP server depending on the update replication agreement. See lpget(1M) for more information.

For example, to list all printers for a given base DN, type the following:

# lpget -n ldap list
    description=HP LaserJet (PS)