updated 09:55 pm EST, Mon November 2, 2009
Support added for Snow Leopard, Windows
Thursby Software Systems has announced ADmitMac 5 and DAVE 8, two updates in the company's line of Mac networking products. The apps are designed to connect Macs to Windows networks, enabling bi-directional file and printer sharing. The latest versions of both ADmitMac and DAVE provide multi-processor and multi-threaded optimizations for Apple's newest Snow Leopard operating system, in both 64-bit and 32-bit modes, along with continued support for the older v10.5 OS.
ADmitMac 5 has added the ability for Windows system administrators, running Windows Group Policy, to manage Mac systems that are running ADmitMac. Provided group-policy templates can be used to extend attributes from the Mac computer and specific users.
Once released, both software updates will be automatically provided to customers with active Support and Upgrade Agreements. Thursby is also offering a free upgrade for customers who purchased ADmitMac 4 or DAVE 7 licenses on or after August 1, 2009. Other purchase and upgrade options are available from Thursby's website.