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HI Guys

Picking up a new project to integrate OsX into a windows environment was looking for anyone with experience in this area to give me ideas of what i should be looking into im going to go down the magic triangle route using profile manager to manage the workstations and distribute apps. Any experiences anyone could share would be great.

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Peter Loobuyck earned 2000 total points
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It's pretty easy, connect your server app to the active directory and start profile manager. If you have any experience into managing directories, as you seem it would be pretty straight forward.

connect to ad via menu manage - connect to server

Still some literature for you...


http://krypted.com/mac-os-x/using-profile-manager-3-in-mavericks-server/
http://www.apple.com/support/osxserver/profilemanager/
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great thanks
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