Get your server to deliver mail to local accounts without running an SMTP server.
If you’re used to previous version of OSX, you might be dismayed when 10.3 server doesn’t act like you thought it should.Read more›
The MacEnterprise.org (formerly MacOSXLabs.org) group will be presenting a Wireless Security Webcast on Tuesday, October 26 at 1:00 pm EDT. Tommy Hann, a Senior Consulting Engineer at Apple, will be presenting on wireless security standards and how to leverage them in Panther.
For the case study we have Terry Simons from the University of Utah presenting on his experience in deploying an 802.1X network on his campus, including authentication and other commonly overlooked issues.
For more information on how to watch this WebCast, please visit the MacEnterprise.org website:
Note that the broadcast ID needed to view the webcast has changed to ‘macenterprise‘!!Read more›
Monday’s Security Upate provides a fix to a critical vulnerability that allows malicious parties to trivially obtain administrative passwords.
In other words, it would behoove you to run this update sooner rather than later, or make sure you use a VPN when admining your server.Read more›
A strange request for our first “AskAFP”: I’m interested in knowing what people want to do with disk quotas on OSXS for AD users.
I’m coming up with a few scripts that should automate this whole process. I’m curious to know if people want to enforce quotas on a group basis, or just for users. Also, are you enforcing quotas for all of your AD users, or just a specific group of them. Anything else you want to do with quotas?
BTW, if you know Cocoa and are looking for a project that deals with server, give me a shout.
You Need a set of Services – ( Mail, File Servers, Web, etc)
You are on a budget, (home use, elementary school, small office)
When you are done – you want to be able to point at something and "know" just what you’ve done and how it "really" is working.
Read on….Read more›