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Safeguard Authentication Services 4.1.3 - Administration Guide

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OAT file formats

This section describes the syntax of the files produced and used by the OAT process.

Active Directory User Information file

The Active Directory User Information file contains information about Active Directory user accounts. It is produced by oat_adlookup and is passed to oat_match to create a map between Active Directory and local users.

Syntax
<AD account info> ::= [<QAS property overrides>] <user_account_list>
<QAS property overrides> ::= { 'qas-override-property: ' <override> <CRLF> }
<override> ::= <override name> '-attr-name=' <AD_attr_name>
<override name> ::= 'uid-number' |
'gid-number' |
'gecos' |
'username' |
'groupname'
<user_account_list> ::= { <user_account_record> <CRLF> }
<user_account_record> ::= <header_prop> { <CRLF> <info_prop> }
<header_prop> ::= ('dn' | 'distinguishedName') ':' {<white space>} <prop_value>
<info_prop> ::= ( <gecos-attr-name> |
<uid-number-attr-name> |
'sAMAccountName' |
'cn' |
'userPrincipalName' |
'displayName' |
'givenName' |
'sn' |
<username-attr-name> ) ':' <white space>} <prop_value>
<prop_value> ::= {<character>}
        
Sample
dn: CN=Ivan M. Petrovich,CN=Users,DC=a,DC=vmx
gecos: Ivan M. Petrovich
uidNumber: 1001
sAMAccountName: vanya
cn: Ivan M. Petrovich
userPrincipalName: vanya@a.vmx
displayName: Ivan M. Petrovich
givenName: Ivan
sn: Petrovich

Active Directory Group Information file

The Active Directory Group Information file contains information about Active Directory group accounts. It is produced by oat_adlookup and is passed to oat_match to create a map between Active Directory and local groups.

Syntax
<AD account info> ::= [<VAS property overrides>] <group account list>
<VAS property overrides> ::= { 'vas-override-property: ' <override> <CRLF> }
<override> ::= <override name> '-attr-name=' <AD_attr_name>
<override name> ::= 'uid-number' |
'gid-number' |
'gecos' |
'username' |
'groupname'
<group account list> ::= { <group account record> <CRLF> }
<group account record> ::= <header_prop> { <CRLF> <info_prop> }
<header_prop> ::= ('dn' | 'distinguishedName') ':' {<white space>} <prop_value>
<info_prop> ::= ( 'cn' |
'sAMAccountName' |
<gid-number-attr-name> |
<groupname-attr-name> ) ':' {<white space>} <prop_value>
<prop_value> ::= {<character>}
Sample
dn: CN=zenith,CN=Users,DC=a,DC=vmx
cn: zenith
sAMAccountName: zenith
gidNumber: 1002

User Map file

The User map file contains mappings between Active Directory and local users. It is produced by oat_match and is passed to oat_changeowners to align file ownership.

Syntax
<user_map> ::= '#!user' { <CRLF> <map_entry> }
<map_entry> ::= <unix_entry_value> { <white_space> } <ad_entry_value>
<ad_entry_value> ::= <entry_value>
<unix_entry_value> ::= <entry_value>
<entry_value> ::= <identifier> '(' [ <user_name> ] ')'
<identifier> ::= <digit> { <digit> }
<user_name> ::= <character> { <character> }
Sample
#!user
1001(testmigr) 1001(vanya)
500(alex) 1000(alex)
10003(masha) 1002(mpetrova)
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