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Lab Exercise 3.2: Understanding eDirectory Naming

Answer the following questions using the directory structure shown in Figure 3.17.

Figure 3.17Figure 3.17 Understanding eDirectory naming for Tokyo.

  1. Indicate a typeless distinguished name for BMasterson.

  2. Provide a typeful distinguished name for RHood.

  3. List a typeless relative distinguished name for the CRIME Organizational Unit, assuming that your current context is the Tree Root.

  4. Show a typeful relative distinguished name for the BLUE-SRV1 Server object from the default current context.

  5. If your current context is .CRIME.TOKYO.ACME, what is the shortest name that accurately references the SHolmes User object?

  6. Assume your current context is .TOKYO.ACME. Indicate a typeless relative distinguished name for the LJohn User object.

  7. If your current context is .PR.TOKYO.ACME, what would be a typeful relative distinguished name for SirKay?

  8. Assume your current context is .WHITE.CRIME.TOKYO.ACME. Provide a typeless relative distinguished name for Admin.

  9. If your current context is .BLUE.CRIME.TOKYO.ACME, what would be a typeful relative distinguished name for BThomas?

  10. Assume your current context is .WHITE.CRIME.TOKYO.ACME. What is the longest possible typeful relative distinguished name for the SYS: volume on the BLUE-SRV1 server?

  11. If DHolliday attaches to the BLUE-SRV1 server by default, what is his current context after login? Give two LOGIN commands for DHolliday.

  12. How would MMarion visit SirKay?

  13. Provide 10 LOGIN commands for SHolmes from .BLUE.CRIME.TOKYO.ACME.

  14. What is the easiest way to move above ACME from the .PR.TOKYO.ACME context?

See Appendix C for answers.

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