Integrating Macs onto a windows domain...
This may well have been covered in other posts but I don't think they accurately "fix" or suggest a fix for this problem.
We currently run a 2003 network and the Media department ordered two iMacs and now want them on the domain, we were originally going to run them stand alone but will not work with the volume of video editing they want to do.
there will only be 100 students *max* using them.
we have a 2tb NAS in the server room to be used to save/backup the data as i couldn't realistically get them backed up on tape. Not yet anyway.
Using the guide on here i have got the iMacs on the domain and they work fine. When logged in with a student account, this account has way too many rights and can see way too much as the security settings that work on the domain don't apply on the Macs.
so, I would like the students to be able to see their shares only and see this mapped drive. The mapping is not a problem but the security issue of the students being able to see things they shouldn't, well I don't even know where to start.
I am lost.
thanks in advance for any ideas.
Leopard and Network Views
They are not there anymore. They were not that great in 10.4 in the first place. The Public view was the only one that kinda worked but was essentially mis-named! You would have thought the Public view meant everyone? It meant the opposite.
Leopard provides Computers and Computer Lists (or Groups) if you prefer. That's about it.
Antonio Rocco (ACSA)