|Jul 12, 2011, 10:44 AM||#1|
Can Snow Leopard Servers`s File Sharing (AFP), iCal, and iChat be updated without use
My supervisor wants this setup. We have the internet service provider connected to a switch, and the switch has Snow Leopard Server and 5 iMacs connected to it.
Is it possible to use File Sharing, iCal, and iChat without user logins/accounts from the 5 iMacs?
I know in Workgroup Manager you can:
1. Create Computer Accounts
2. Create Computer Groups
3. Add Computers to Computer Groups
If you can do this in Workgroup Manager, can you use File Sharing (AFP), iCal, and iChat without user logins/accounts?
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