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10.4: Use Access Control Lists for fine-grained control
Authored by: Dragon76 on May 06, '05 04:41:00PM
Can you open Workgroup Manager (from OS X Server) on the client to change ACLs?

You can use the version of ServerAdmin Tools that corresponds to your client version of Mac OS X to do any of the server tasks that those tools do. Mac OS X Server doesn't really contain many more tools that aren't already included with Mac OS X. For instance, BIND is included with Mac OS X but is not set up.

In my opinion, the only thing you're really getting with Mac OS X Server is Server support.

So the answer is yes. I would suggest downloading the ServerAdmin Tools set to make things MUCH easier.

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10.4: Use Access Control Lists for fine-grained control
Authored by: bdog on May 06, '05 04:58:48PM

Thanks for confirming this. No, I'm not going to download that. We have Tiger server, so I will copy it off the server (once we load a server...)



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