Snow Leopard – Exchange Support Details

Snow Leopard – Exchange Support Details

I have not been able to fully test Snow Leopard’s built in Exchange support since we are not running a full 2007 environment. But as Tim Anderson points out, Snow Leopard now uses Exchange Web Services to provide a more seamless presentation. Although not everything is perfect, as Tim points out. You will be able [...]

Snow Leopard Tests

Snow Leopard Tests

I got my hands on Snow Leopard and decided to test some important features that work properly in the current version of Leopard. This is what I’ve found working and not working so far. Once again, these are things that are important in our environment. Working: Joining Open Directory by hand. Joining Active Directory by [...]

Pcounter Tutorial

Pcounter Tutorial

We recently had to inforce a print auditing system at our school. We chose Pcounter and it does work on both Macs & PC’s. We have a Windows 2003 Server hosting the printers and the Pcounter server app lives there. This tutorial will focus on the clients configuration in an OD & AD environment. Install [...]

Ghost Printers

Ghost Printers

We have recently switched to setting up all of our printers using OD (Open Directory). I noticed that many machines had other printers showing up when you printed from an application. These ghost printers seem to be cups leftovers. I sent the following command using ARD as root to vanquish these printers to the land [...]

Netboot One Time Only

Netboot One Time Only

The following command can be issued from ARD to make a machine netboot to the default server one time. I have found this command useful for running a Deploystudio workflow quickly and easily. /usr/sbin/bless -netboot -server “bsdp://255.255.255.255″ -nextonly

Lenovo Could Learn a Few Things

Lenovo Could Learn a Few Things

Looking at this new W700 from Lenovo makes me think that they could learn a lot from Apple. This thing is a monster and looks completely ridiculous. The power brick is an unbelievable site to behold. Working on monstrosities like this make me appreciate Apple that much more.

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