Power Checklist: Troubleshooting Mac OS X Connectivity On SBS 2003 Domains
November 12, 2006
Apple's Macintosh OS X operating system is winning converts. The OS' popularity, combined with sleek new Intel-powered Macs, means administrators are increasingly encountering Apple systems needing to connect to Windows domains. The experience is particularly true in small organizations where Windows Small Business Server powers computer networks.
Integration, while much simpler now than with previous Mac platforms, can still prove tricky. TechRepublic's Power Checklist: Troubleshooting Mac OS X Connectivity On SBS 2003 Domains presents two processes that Small Business Server 2003 administrators can tap to help troubleshoot SBS2003/Mac OS X integration.