The Apache Directory Server (ApacheDS) is an LDAP server which uses the X.500 basic access control scheme based on the X.500 administrative model. We will cover the X.500 administrative model and the basic access control scheme. We will show ApacheDS users and administrators how to create access control information to safeguard LDAP entries within ApacheDS. Users will be shown how to configure ApacheDS to use this AC scheme over the default static AC scheme that comes out of the box. Advanced topics such as the delegation of authority for access control policy within your directory will also be covered. The session will cover all the information you need to apply fine grained access control to entries within ApacheDS.