Then, it returns the path from the auto.home or auto_home NIS map stored in Active Directory.
For example: /server/home/userid
1) On Linux machines, the automounter can be invoked from the command line as follows:
automount /export/home/ program /etc/auto.home
2) If any changes are done to NIS Maps in AD, please restart the automount services on the
3) For the server provided in step 1, please note if this is a Unix-based NAS device that it must have the capability to resolve AD users to their correct UID/GID for file access purposes. Centrify's ldapproxy component, is an ideal solution for this as it supports industry standard RFC2307 ldap queries. For more information on Centrify ldapproxy, please see the latest Centrify Unix Admin Guide.