I'm running JSS v6 on a 10.5.7 Server unlimited clients ...
Due to cost saving and economic crack downs .. My boss want to pull my
unlimited license in lieu of a 10 User OS X Server 10.5 ..
I think he wants to play with it more than the 10 seat he has.. Anyways..
Anyone know if this will affect my current 50 managed computers?
Pretty much: what governs the client connections to the JSS, the OS or
JSS and/or both together.
Thanks and look forward!!
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Maybe you'd like to tell your boss that Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server halves the cost for Unlimited since he's on a cost cutting kick.
I don't suppose any of those Microsoft licenses are getting kicked to the curb....