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Jeff Johnson

Managing Office 2008 « Managing OS X - 0 views

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    If you are thinking about deploying Microsoft Office 2008 in your environment, there are some preferences you should consider managing.
Jeff Johnson

Tips and Tricks for Macintosh Management | MacResearch - 0 views

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    John Detroye has posted his latest write-up of tips and tricks for managing Macs.
Jeff Johnson

Mac OS X v10.5.7 or later: Allowing managed users to add or delete printers - 0 views

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    In Mac OS X 10.5.7 or later, access to add or delete network printers on a client computer is controlled by membership in the lpadmin group. You can control the ability of managed user accounts to add and delete printers by controlling the membership of this group.
Jeff Johnson

Leopard T&T (DeTroye) - 0 views

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    The Leopard T&T doc has a few changes in format from the earlier Mac OS X versions. I took out any sections on imaging, and tried to pull the setup in tighter. There are too many things to cover in imaging, and so much of it involves 3rd party tools, that I decided to separate that out. My focus in this doc was to cover the keys points of MCX, why Leopard is important, mobile accounts, and PHDs (portable home directories).
Jeff Johnson

AFP548 - Using Managed Preferences in the DSLocal domain - 0 views

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    Most of you should be aware of how you can use MCX to manage preferences for your directory service. Generally these days this is done by either running Open Directory, extending the schema for Active Directory or a standard OpenLDAP installation, or running a "magic triangle" setup where your client machines are bound to both an Open Directory setup and an Active Directory/OpenLDAP setup.
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