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how to install AD service in mac os x server

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hello

 

could some one please advice in installing Active Directory service for os x server that must mange file, printers, and ftp for small organization.

 

and documentation and usefull links for packages will be appreciated.

 

thanks

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hello

 

could some one please advice in installing Active Directory service for os x server that must mange file, printers, and ftp for small organization.

 

and documentation and usefull links for packages will be appreciated.

 

thanks

Playing with the Server Admin utility for 3.5 seconds will result in figuring out how to do such things.

 

 

 

OS X Server uses Open Directory.

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Playing with the Server Admin utility for 3.5 seconds will result in figuring out how to do such things.

 

this does not seem helpful.

 

If you are going to use windows computer and macs you will need to setup both OpenDirectory (OD) and ActiveDirectory (AD)

 

http://www.macwindows.com/OSXServer.html

 

http://www.macwindows.com/leopardAD.html

 

Those should help you out, or atleast get you started, we setting up client put AD above OD in your Directory manager on the client, if you are using Windows AD for auth.

 

Dice

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this does not seem helpful.

 

If you are going to use windows computer and macs you will need to setup both OpenDirectory (OD) and ActiveDirectory (AD)

 

http://www.macwindows.com/OSXServer.html

 

http://www.macwindows.com/leopardAD.html

 

Those should help you out, or atleast get you started, we setting up client put AD above OD in your Directory manager on the client, if you are using Windows AD for auth.

 

Dice

 

hello

thank you Dice, it is really helps out, and just matter of time and i post os solving the concept.

 

one more thing!!!!!

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Alaa

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