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Tue Oct 04, 2011 2:58 am

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Hi,
I'm new on this list and also new in using Macs in my Windows environment. I need to accomplish a simple task; when anyone longs on to a Mac it shall behave like my PC's - that is, they shall get a printer and some shared folders. Now, I run a program called Ad Infinitum for creating accounts, placing them in the right OU and givning them "their" folders. They show up in This computer. I would like to have (something) in my server that makes the Mac's behave the same way. I don't know if this is the right group to put it, or if it should go into one of the other tree ...

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Ralph Utbult
Gothenburg, Sweden



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