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Hey all,

Does anyone here run Mac's on a windows server?

How good is is really if you do???????????

any help Much apreciated
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Not sure what you are asking here.

If you are asking if you can run Macs on a network run by a Windows server as a hub; then sure, you can do that with no problem.

If you are asking if you can run Mac OS on a Windows server; then no, you can't do that as it is not possible.

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Sorry should have made it more clear, we will be running powerbooks MBP's and G5 and i wanted to know if anyone has had problems with this kind of setup using a windows server? instead of an xserve?

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why whouldn't you just get an xserve? if you want to use the windows server, see here: http://www.apple.com/macosx/features/windows/

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