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equivalent of gpupdate for OS X 10.5.7?


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Hello. We have a mac connecting to a windows share via SMB. Despite inputting a policy with infinite session timeout, the mac's network drive is still getting disconnected after about 10 min.
Please advise on an equivalent of "gpupdate" where policy settings are pulled down to the client forcibly. Thanks.

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