In the Mac OS X Server operating system v. 10.4.11 operating system, how can I add a client computer to the Macintosh server?

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In the Mac OS X Server operating system v. 10.4.11 operating system, how can I add a client computer to the Macintosh server?
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This guide should answer your question:  http://manuals.info.apple.com/en/Mac_OS_X_Server_v10.4_Getting_Started.pdf

(see p. 112)
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What strung said. Listen to the man.

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Great info for people who don't have a very good understanding of Macs.

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