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  • Jesus Vigo // November 21, 2014, 9:37 AM PST

    Pro tip: Fixes for common Active Directory connectivity issues on OS X

    Jesus Vigo covers five common Active Directory connectivity issues affecting OS X and offers solutions to help resolve them.

  • Erik Eckel // January 24, 2012, 3:52 AM PST

    Windows Active Directory options simplify Mac integration

    With Macs continuing to flow into the enterprise, integration with Windows systems is even more important. Erik Eckel covers some of the options for Active Directory-Mac integratio...

  • Snuffy09 // October 22, 2008, 1:36 AM PST

    Mac Leopard 10.5 connection problems

    we have a Mac/PC network the macs are 10.4.11 both types of workstations communicate flawlessly. recently the owner blindly decided to purchase a new imac installed with leopard 1...

  • Peconet Tietokoneet-217038187993258194678069903632 // August 1, 2008, 2:30 AM PST

    Leopard disconnects from windows file shares and sometimes internet?

    I am supporting a user on a brand new Intel MacPro with Leopard and we are using the built-in software to connect to our active directory. The user complains that she is disconnec...

  • TechRepublic Staff // March 23, 2005, 8:55 AM PST

    Hi rk, You are correct, the built-in SMB client in Mac OS X should let you do what you want. Unfortunately, if the server requires digital signing on all transactions, the given...

  • TechRepublic Staff // February 23, 2005, 11:53 PM PST

    We purchased AdmitMac to enable a group of Mac users to log onto our domain in order to access network files, shares, printers, etc. It works great.

  • TechRepublic Staff // January 24, 2005, 4:30 AM PST

    Some other soultions you could look into are 2 products from Thursby: DAVE lets a Mac access shared files and printers on a Windows netowrk, and runs on macs running OS 9 and 10.2...

  • TechRepublic Staff // January 24, 2005, 4:24 AM PST

    Thursby has been tacking this proble mfor a while now. DAVE is a program that allows a mac to access shared files and printers on a windows network.