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Old Jul 2, 2009, 02:08 PM   #1
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Is there a Server Admin Tools for 10.6?

I upgraded my dads iMac to Snow Leopard, but that broke SAT.

Is there a version of SAT for 10.6?
(The server still has 10.5)

Thanks.
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Old Jul 3, 2009, 04:10 AM   #2
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Possibly in ADC if you're seeded, although you may be able to circumvent the system version check, but SAT may not work.

With hindsight, the better idea would have been to use bootcamp and resize the hard drive, then dual boot 10.5 and 10.6.
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Old Jul 4, 2009, 03:31 PM   #3
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With hindsight, the better idea would have been to use bootcamp and resize the hard drive, then dual boot 10.5 and 10.6.
Yeah.. especially when running Beta software.
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Go get 10.6 Server beta. On the disc should have server admin tools.

Problem you might run into is 10.6 SAT might not connect to anything below 10.6
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Go get 10.6 Server beta. On the disc should have server admin tools.

Problem you might run into is 10.6 SAT might not connect to anything below 10.6
The servers are all G5s, so can't really do the 10.6 there.

VNCing into them and using SAT on localhost seems to work fine, but having them all in one list was definitely nicer.
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I know I did have issues using the 10.5 tools to configure a 10.4 server.. it would connect and work for the most part, but some settings just wouldn't save.. and we're talking basic stuff here like websites.
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The servers are all G5s, so can't really do the 10.6 there.

VNCing into them and using SAT on localhost seems to work fine, but having them all in one list was definitely nicer.
No. In the ISO should have SAT on the disc. Im not asking you to install 10.6 Server on the G5s. Get the beta to get the SAT on the disc.
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