Chapter 26. Connecting Mac OS X Clients

More and more organizations are integrating Apple Macintosh computers into their Active Directory networks each year. This is being facilitated both by Apple including better networking features and by Microsoft adding federation services that make it easier for diverse network clients to take advantage of Active Directory.

In this chapter, we cover ways to connect your Mac clients to your Windows Server 2008 R2 network and how to access various features such as file shares and printers from the Mac.

In this chapter, you'll learn to:

  • Prepare Active Directory for Mac OS X clients

  • Connect a Mac to the domain

  • Connect to file shares and printers

  • Use Remote Desktop from a Mac client

Preparing Active Directory for Mac ...

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