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Apple posts Server Admin Tools 10.5.6

updated 06:15 pm EST, Fri January 23, 2009

Server Admin Tools 10.5.6

Apple has released Server Admin Tools 10.5.6, the latest update to its set of applications for remote administration of Mac OS X Server. The software package contains remote administrative tools, documentation and utilities including Server Assistant, Server Monitor, and QuickTime Broadcaster apps. With the new version, system image utility changes have bee made to no longer duplicate the KDC certificate when deploying a system page, unlike its predecessor which would install identical KDCs if the image was created after the KDC was created. In addition, NetBoot/NetInstall model filters have been added for the latest MacBook, and MacBook Pro and Air computers.

The update also fixes an issue that has the ability to cause Server Admin to stop responding when propagating permissions recursively on a folder that doesn't reside on the boot volume. Server Admin Tools 10.5.6 can be obtained through Apple Support Downloads, for users running Mac OS X 10.5.6 or later, with version 10.5 or higher of the Server Admin Tools.




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  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    this looks

    awesome stuff...

  1. thewebdrives

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    Apple looking to

    develop new search tech?

  1. dimmer

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    AppleSearch?

    I don't know that Apple would want to go there: AppleSearch, while being a very cool product never got traction. Easier to just use Google or something equivalent.

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