4.4. ExtremeZ-IP

Microsoft has pulled UAM support from the latest Windows Server release. Given that Microsoft is focused on SMB/CIFS and Dfs, and that the set-up and clustering features of the File Sharing service on Windows Server are well documented, in this chapter we won't cover setting up File Services for Macintosh on Windows Server. Because many organizations would rather host AFP services on Windows rather than Mac OS X, ExtremeZ-IP often enters into conversations about enterprise-level integrations.

ExtremeZ-IP lets you provide AFP access to client computers using Windows Server. It also allows for the integration of print services for clients, integrates seamlessly in Active Directory, requires no client to be installed, is clusterable, ...

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