Most everybody who uses computers knows the client version of Mac OS X, Apple’s sleek and user-friendly operating system for Macs.
As yet, relatively few people know its bigger brother, Mac OS X Server—but this is changing rapidly, because of the features, ease of use, and affordable cost of the latest version, Mac OS X Server 10.6. Snow Leopard Server, as it’s often called, lets you swiftly create powerful, effective networks using a single server or many servers, with client computers in the dozens or in the thousands.
If you need to build a network based on Mac OS X Server, this book is for you. From starting off with nothing more than a working knowledge of Mac OS X and Macs, this book shows ...