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    os x server

    Just wondering - if you have os x tiger clients - does that mean you are better off getting os x server tiger or os x server leopard

    Or doesn't it make any difference in terms of how easy or hard it is to set it up ?

    Also any guides on setting up os x server ( tiger or leopard ) would be handy

    Thanks

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    From what i have learnt you are better of having like for like. For such reasons like:

    Imaging system will not work for tiger if you are using leopard server and same other way around.

    Also some preferences will not be able to be pushed out. EG; Parental controls.

    Hope that helps

    Ross

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