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OS 10.5 - PIV logon to AD domain


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I am trying to get approx 90 macs to be able to use PIV card logon into our domain. I was told the only way to do this is by purchasing a middleware by Thursby. Before I can convince management to invest $10,000 to do this, can anyone validate that OS X (10.5.6) is not capabile on it's own?

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