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Old Jun 11, 2013, 01:09 PM   #1
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Windows Server 2008 and Mac OS 10.6.8

I have an Active Directory running and we are getting more Macs in our environment. I was wondering if someone could help me setup the "Golden Triangle" or something similar. I want to be able to manage mac computers the same way you manage users with AD Group Policy.But I need the Macs to be able to authenticate against AD.
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