All posts tagged OS X

ConfigMgr and OSX Management

Although in the past I swore I would never touch an Apple device — not because I thought the devices themselves were bad but instead because I hated the aura around them, the company, and the fan-boys — things have changed in the past year. I’ve been using a iPhone for a little over a year and have a MacBook Pro that I use frequently. For the record, Windows Phone and Windows for Mobile are still far superior in so almost all ways to iOS except the one that is ultimately the deciding factor for me right now: the app ecosystem. Read more…

.local: Just Say No

In the early days of Active Directory, Microsoft’s de facto standard was to use the .local namespace for AD domains. “De facto” because I don’t think there was any specific documentation or formal statement saying this but all of their examples and labs used it so a lot of organizations setting up Active Directory did so also. Read more…