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    Windows Single Sign-On on MAC

    I need help to setup AD and group policy for mapping drives and everything also at the college. I need to have them go from windows and mac.

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    Group policy doesn't work on Mac. You'd need to have a Mac server which can provide its rules to control things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    Group policy doesn't work on Mac. You'd need to have a Mac server which can provide its rules to control things.
    Or use something like Centrify, this will allow you to apply a mac "Group Policy" without a Mac server.

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    I have a Mac Server and just looking for a guide making a outline for work on what we need to do to make the mac's work better in AD

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    Join the mac server to your AD. Promote it to a directory master. Join your client machines to AD, add your mac server in to the search path but do not bind. Then use workgroup manger on the mac server to manage your mac users and machines.

    That's a very rough how-to!

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