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    Hi all,

    We have equitrac software on our windows server here, currently have very few windows machines and run nearly 100% OSX, the equitrac software links with Active Directory and assigns 4 digit pin numbers (some may already know this) now that is fine for most mac's that are joined to the windows domain but the Head uses an iMac that isn't on the domain, somehow I need it to authenticate his old Active Directory user and pass so he can print to the photocopier!?


    Any ideas appreciated

    Thanks

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    sorry i am missing something here, why not stick the mac on the domain, surely this is the way to fix it?

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