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- How to setup a directory server to work with a Linux farm using LDAP authentication into the Linux servers.

- how to restrict users from using root; list best practices

- how to setup individual admin access; list best practices
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Regarding topic 2:
- Don't give users the root password

Regaring topic 3:
- use "sudo" to give users the permissions they need (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sudo).
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