updated 06:35 pm EDT, Tue July 3, 2007
ADmitMac for CAC v1.1
Thursby Software the developer of DAVE and other Mac/PC integration tools, has announced ADmitMac for CAC 1.1, a new version of the tool that provides for the secure integration Macs using U.S. Department of Defense Common Access Cards (CAC) into Active Directory environments. Thursby developers say that the U.S. Government's DISA Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) has tested ADmitMac for CAC and has shown that it meets applicable DoD requirements for Public Key Enabled (PKE) software. The tool provides for Public Key Enabled (PKE) Kerberos single sign-on with CAC cards; advanced network file client with SMB signing and Distributed File System (Dfs) access; and highly secure Active Directory Integration using encrypted LDAP connections. New in this release are improvements to meet the JITC standards, a special utility that enables Microsoft Entourage 2004 users to use Microsoft Exchange without passwords, and all improvements that were included in the recently released ADmitMac v3.2.2. The update is free for current customers.