Hello - I would like to receive feedback from anyone who has managed both Mac OS X computers in an Active Directory and OS X Server domain environments please?
I realize you can join Mac OS X computers to either Windows Active Directory or OS X Server Open Directory but am curious of the actual day to day management and "real life" experiences of how managing Macs in each of these two environment compares.
Any feedback and sharing experiences would be most appreciated!
Macs can't be functionally managed by Active directory, so if you want to manage things like security settings or GUI appearance, you have to use the OS X Open Directory. You can bind Macs to an AD environment,
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