updated 04:50 pm EDT, Mon May 12, 2003
Thursby Software Systems today announced the release of , a new Mac OS X software solution that enables Macintosh computers to participate in Microsoft networks. aAdministrators of Microsoft networks using Active Directory, and even NT domain services, have an easy way to integrate Macintosh computers into their networks: "With ADmitMac, users' home directories can be kept on Microsoft servers and are all managed from one place (the directory). Users may log into Macs or PCs using the same account and password and have full access to their files and desktop settings." It supports Windows login security restrictions, allows users to easily change passwords, caches user credentials for mobile user access when not connected to the network, supports browsing for published shares, offers support support for shared printers, supports NTFS file format, and has support for DFS as well as other features. Pricing starts at $150 for a single user.