A. Directory Access controls (DACs) limit Doug Doe’s read and write access to record
in the directory
B. Network Access Control Lists (NACLs) block Doug Doe’s access to Open Directory
administration on the server.
C. File system Access control Lists (ACLs) limit Doug Doe’s read and write access to
configuration files on the server.
D. Service Access Control Lists (SACLs) prevent Doug Doe’s connection to Open
While configuring an LDAP connection on a Mac OS X computer, you created a custom
mapping between open directory and LDAP attributes. Where does Mac OS X v10.6
store the custom mapping that the LDAP plug-in uses?