Server Admin Tools 10.5.6v1.1
About Server Admin Tools 10.5.6v1.1
This disc contains remote administration tools, documentation, and utilities that you can install on a computer other than your server.
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The Server Administration Software installer package contains tools for remote server administration. These applications require Mac OS X version 10.5 or later. If you received this administration tools disc with an Xserve, the Apple Xserve Diagnostics software is also available for diagnosing certain Xserve hardware issues.
Use the Server Assistant application to install or set up Mac OS X Server on a remote computer.Server Assistant is primarily used for the set up of Xserve systems without an attached display. Server Preferences and Server Status widget The Server Preferences application and Server Status widget are for remote administration and monitoring of your server when set up in either the standard or workgroup server conﬁgurations.
The Server Admin application is for remote administration of one or more servers. It can be used to manage ﬁle share points, conﬁgure service settings, monitor server activity, and provide detailed logging information for each of the running services.
Server Monitor is for the remote monitoring and management of one or more Xserve systems.
Use Workgroup Manager to remotely manage users, groups, and computer accounts in advanced server deployments. Workgroup Manager is also used to set and manage preferences for Mac OS X users.
System Image Utility
The System Image Utility application is for the creation and customization of NetBoot and NetInstall images.
The Xgrid Admin application allows administrators to remotely manage clusters and monitor the activity of controllers, agents, and the status of jobs on the grid.
Use QuickTime Broadcaster along with QuickTime Streaming Server to produce professional-quality live events. The QuickTime Broadcaster application can be used to capture live audio and video streams and transmit them to QuickTime Streaming Server for redistribution.
Mac OS X Server includes onscreen help and a suite of orientation and administrative guides. The Documentation folder contains the Getting Started guide in PDF format.