Marge: “Well, Homer, I have to admit, you created something people really love. You truly are an artist.”
Homer: “No, I’m just a nut who couldn’t build a barbecue.”
Deploying Mac OS X in a small office setting is dramatically different from configuring tens or hundreds of workstations in a lab environment. In a small office, the threats are generally from the network, not from a malicious user sitting at the console. There are not issues regarding distributed authentication mechanisms, and there is usually not a need to create arbitrary connections between hosts; any relationships between machines are generally well-known and static.
However, in a lab or corporate environment, the situation ...