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22nd May 2012, 04:21 PM #16
We have about 7 iMacs and 2 MacBooks here and I try to look after them myself. They are all running on our windows domain and I can cope with that, but when they want to expand, I may have some trouble doing it on my own.
I have found that Apple themselves are not helpful when it comes to getting macs onto a windows domain. They told me they do not support it.
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28th May 2012, 09:36 AM #17
I expect that's down to the infinite variations of how end users' networks / domains are set up. You would either need to research and implement it yourself, or pay a company to do it for you.
With some research it's easily achievable without paying £££ to a 3rd party if you have some time and the aptitude for it.
28th May 2012, 09:46 AM #18
Originally Posted by iSteve
That was how I had to do it in the end, it was very difficult though. But it it has been so worth while, the macs are by a mile the best behaved computers in the school. Just occasionally the odd one drops off the domain but that's nothing compared to our XP PC's. Of course I say that, I suspect as soon as we get more in, the likelihood of problems goes up!
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