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Being the proactive kind of administrator, I created a great VB script that goes through my OUs and marks computer that haven’t updated their password as disabled, and modifies the description of of the computer to show why it was disabled (Disabled after 90 days of inactivity.) The goal was to cleanup stale computer accounts, […]Read More Apple Computers in the Enterprise Environment: Almost There Part 3
My original thought when I started Almost There Part 1 was to write down what I was thinking while dealing with Apple in the Enterprise Environment. I always thought I would be able to look back and see if Apple improved on things I felt the need to comment about. After the MacWorld 2008 keynote […]Read More Apple Computers in the Enterprise Environment: Almost There Part 2.
Recently I’ve become more and more involved with the operation of Apple Computers running OS X (10.4, Tiger) in our corporate environment. While working with these computers, I am often impressed and disappointed on how well they work with and fit into corporate IT. Impressed because many things that one would expect to be complicated […]Read More Apple Computers in the Enterprise Environment: Almost There Part 1.