Macs connected to AD

We have a good number of macs (35) and just got Setup with ad on 2012 and s windows fileserver . What benifits would we get with joining the macs to the Ad . I was told mac have issues now and then with logon when they bind to ad .
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Alessandro ScafariaInfrastructure Premier Field AdministratorCommented:
About benefits, you will have the same benefits of Windows clients joining an AD environment.....centralized management....and so on......

Probably you could struggling with some permission issues in your Windows 2012 fileshare server....but all of that can be managed...

Here we go with some guide lines:
The main thing with Binding to AD is to make sure you make all AD accounts Mobile accounts by enabling Create Mobile Account at Login in the Active Directory Settings of Directory Utility.  That will minimize the majority of network login issues.

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