We have a client that is in a PC/AD directory environment but they are in the process of migrating to basically an all mac environment. I can already see some issues with integrating macs into an AD environment. i.e.: offline files etc. Is the OSX server a good alternative for management of mac devices in a networked environment? Basically the client needs centralized authentication, files sharing and profile management. Just wanted to see what peoples experience has been?
Any information will be greatly appreciated.
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