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Old Dec 1, 2011, 09:22 AM   #1
punktilend
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School Management

Hello, I am an assistant tech. specialist at a high school we have about 500 macs and about 300 PCs. I am able to control and manage all my pcs through a separate server and domain I have built but we manage our macs with Remote Desktop 3 and through our mac server with LDAP and workgroup management. I was wondering how to go about power management for all the macs on the network. Basically turning on at a certain time and off at a certain time. Is there any good solution to this and are there any suggestions anyone has about management in general for maintenance? Thanks!
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