The strange tale of Active Directory support in OS X
Applepeels is always an interesting read. If you aren't familiar with that blog, it is written by a former Apple employee who was fairly high up on the org chart, so he brings an interesting perspective to all things Apple. His latest post covers two things that are of interest to me: working with Steve Jobs, and Apple in the enterprise.
I find it shocking (though not that shocking after using Apple's tool) that they didn't consider Active Directory integration as a top priority for OS X. OS X has come a long way in this regard, but here's hoping it is even easier in Leopard.
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