All OES 2 services require that you create User objects to represent the users on your system. The Linux User Management component for OES 2 servers requires that you also create a Group object that you can assign the users to.
If you reviewed Section 3.2, An Introduction to eDirectory Planning, you might have noticed an Organizational Unit object named USERS in Figure 3-2 and Figure 3-3. It is helpful to have at least one Organization Unit object to contain user-related objects, such as User objects and Group objects.
To create an Organizational Unit container object named USERS in the LAB Organizational Unit object:
In iManager, click theicon .
In the left pane, click thetab.
Click the down-arrow next to theOrganization object .
Click, then select from the drop-down list.
From thelist, select , then click .
In the USERS.field, type
Do not close iManager. Continue with the next section, Assigning a Password Policy to Your Users.