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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Which benefit of being joined to a domain is not natively shared by Apple Macintosh computers?

Which benefit of being joined to a domain is not natively shared by Apple Macintosh computers?

  • Group Policy
  • Password Policy Enforcement
  • Single Sign-On
  • Windows Home Folders 

 
Which benefit of being joined to a domain is not natively shared by Apple Macintosh computers?

EXPLANATION


A domain-joined Mac workstation allows users to enjoy the following privileges:
  • Kerberos authentication and delegation, including Single Sign-On to local, AD, and Open Directory resources
  • AD password policy enforcement
  • Support for AD user and group accounts
  • Windows home folders
Of course, Mac computers do not have a Windows Registry and so therefore cannot be managed natively by Group Policy (the password policy issue previously mentioned is a notable exception).

SOURCE

https://4sysops.com/archives/how-to-join-a-mac-os-x-computer-to-active-directory/
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