ADmitMac 8.0

Microsoft active directory & NT services client.
ADmitMac - In this window you can connect to the desired server.
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ADmitMac is a Mac OS X application that allows administrators to manage Mac computers in their Microsoft Windows domain.

Using the Directory Services and LDAP, the ADmitMac utility integrates Mac client systems into networks. In other words, the home directories can be stored and managed on Microsoft servers.

Also, the same account credentials can be used to login on the Mac or PC, with complete access to the files and folders.

Main features:

  • Supports all current Windows operating systems and clustering
  • Network home folders and network shares can reside on any authorized, accessible network volume
  • Mobile accounts cache successful user login information, allowing notebook users to login using their domain account while disconnected from the network
  • Ability to keep settings and files when moving from local to domain accounts with Home Mover tool
  • Supports Microsoft’s Highly Secure (HISEC) templates
  • AFP Shares – allows users to access AFP shares using their domain account
  • Compatible with popular Mac enterprise anti-virus, deployment, encryption, maintenance and virtualization tools
  • Fully supports Apple’s Gatekeeper security technology

last updated on:
December 14th, 2013, 13:13 GMT
file size:
27.3 MB
developed by:
Thursby Software
license type:
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.7 or later
binary format:
Intel only
Home \ Network/Admin

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ADmitMac - In this window you can setup mounting preferences.ADmitMac - The setup assistant will guide you through configuring the network.ADmitMac - You will be able to select which type of WINS configuration you want in the next step.ADmitMac - In the security policy settings window, you will be able to choose the LanMan policy that best suits your network.ADmitMac
What's New in This Release:
  • SIMPLE - Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion and 10.7 Lion (legacy):
  • Easily installed and configured, whether individually or with scaled deployment
  • Integrated into the OS so that the Mac user can work as they always have
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