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esquire360
Feb 9, 2008, 01:25 PM
http://lynda.com/deke

enjoy



subgenius
Feb 9, 2008, 03:19 PM
Training is good.

OS X Server 10.5 is Good.

Free is really good.

Free training on OS X 10.5 Server is FREAKIN' AWESOME!:cool:

SubGenius

esquire360
Feb 9, 2008, 04:47 PM
hey 10 client version is that 10 at once logged in or 10 clients in database?

Cromulent
Feb 9, 2008, 04:52 PM
Thanks for the tip on the free training :). I was actually going to pay earlier this evening in order to watch the Logic and FCS training videos.

esquire360
Feb 9, 2008, 08:45 PM
The difference between Mac OS X Server 10 Client and Unlimited is that with
the 10 client limit you can only have a total of 10 users for ftp, mail,
apple share and I believe NetBoot as well.. With the unlimited you do not
have that restriction

All other functions of Mac OS X Server are the same.

foidulus
Feb 10, 2008, 04:59 AM
The difference between Mac OS X Server 10 Client and Unlimited is that with
the 10 client limit you can only have a total of 10 users for ftp, mail,
apple share and I believe NetBoot as well.. With the unlimited you do not
have that restriction

All other functions of Mac OS X Server are the same.

Just out of curiosity, does that restrict NFS users too? Or just AFP?

x19
Feb 10, 2008, 01:38 PM
Thanks a lot!

esquire360
Feb 10, 2008, 04:26 PM
Just out of curiosity, does that restrict NFS users too? Or just AFP?

I'm ultra newbie..... don't know yet

subgenius
Feb 10, 2008, 04:53 PM
hey 10 client version is that 10 at once logged in or 10 clients in database?

So just to clarify, the 10 License model is 10 concurrent connections to certain services. So, My home server is the 10 User version, and i have 30 user objects in the database. This means only 10 of my users can connect at a time to AFP, FTP, SMB,etc,etc... This is not a issue for Me, as I live alone, and these accounts for when I have guests, or imaginary friends over.

Now here is the key question, if this is being used in your work environment, and you have 11 users. Is the extra 500 dollars worth it to you to :

A: Not hear Bob'o the angry sales guy complain about not being able to connenct to shared storage.

B: Not have to spend the time and money later when your business grows to 15 people and they all need access to resources at the same time

C: Plan on using External facing services (ie Web Server, Wiki, FTP, etc...) that will count as a connection while serving the out side world. (if you store any part of your website or wiki on a share point this may be a huge issue)

D: Have the pretty box that says "Unlimited Client" on the side, so it can be proudly displayed in the IT closet, with all the other boxes you will never look at till you get audited or need to run a upgrade.


if any of those 4 where your answer, get the $999.00 unlimited version.

:cool:

-SubGenius

Fearless Leader
Feb 10, 2008, 04:56 PM
I love this website, I went through a couple 1 week deals before deciding I felt bad for doing that and pay for a subscription now, its really nice.