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About This Book
Conventions Used in This Book
What You're Not to Read
How This Book Is Organized
Part : Getting Lion Server Up and Running
Part II: Creating and Maintaining User Accounts and Directories
Part III: Serving Up Files and Printers.
Part IV: Facilitating User Collaboration
Part V: Managing Clients
Part VI: The Part of Tens
Icons Used in This Book.
Where to Go from Here.
Part I: Getting Lion Server Up and Running
Chapter 1: Lion Server: An Overview
Why You Need a Server
Top ten signs you know it's time to buy a server
Why you need a Lion Server
The Servers in Lion Server
Address Book Server
Internet gateway and network services
Profile service for iOS and Mac OS X
Software update server
Management Tools in Lion Server
The Server application
The rest of the management team
What Apple Removed from Mac OS X Server
Chapter 2: Choosing Server Hardware
Criteria for Selecting Server Hardware
Number of users
Type of use
Hardware Requirements for Running Lion Server
Selecting Processor, Memory, and Hard Drives
Selecting processors for your Mac servers
Putting enough RAM in your server
Selecting hard drive storage
Choosing the Right Mac for Your Server
Mac mini as a server
iMac as a server
Mac Pro as a server
Xserve as a server
Considering Other Network Hardware
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