Of course, when you’re setting up a server, you’re ultimately going to have to consider how client machines interact with the server and how to manage those client machines. This part of the book covers topics from how to set up and manage preferences on Mac OS X clients, integrating Windows clients into a Mac OS X Server environment, workstation deployment, and use of Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) to monitor Mac OS X client machines on the network.
Chapters included in this part of the book include:
|Chapter 25, Managing Preferences for Mac OS X Clients|
|Chapter 26, Managing Classic Mac OS Workstations Using Mac Manager|
|Chapter 27, Managing Windows Clients Using Mac OS X Server|
|Chapter 28, Workstation Deployment and Maintenance|
|Chapter 29, Apple Remote Desktop|