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DirectControl gains Mac OS X Tiger support

updated 09:00 am EDT, Mon June 6, 2005

Centrify DirectControl

Centrify Corporation today announced that it has added Mac OS X Tiger support to its , its identity, access and Group Policy management solution that extends the capabilities of Microsoft Active Directory for mixed Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X Tiger, UNIX and Linux environments as well as Java- and web-based applications. DirectControl allows administrators to use one method and application to set policies, administer rights and provides a single sign-on to all users. Centrify features unique zone technology, which allows administrators to control which computers a user can log into, based on collections ("zones") of computers. It will be available on June 15, 2005 for evaluation with general availability scheduled for mid-July, 2005. Pricing begins at $50 per workstation and $300 per server.




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