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AdmitMac turns a Mac into a true Active Directory client. Today, ADmitMac is in its seventh generation after a decade on the market. ADmitMac is a one-stop solution for Mac-Windows management and security needs, ensuring compliance with standards such as SOX, PCI and HIPAA. ADmitMac includes full support for Microsoft's Distributed File System (DFS) allowing shared folders to reside on multiple servers for load balancing and data redundancy. ADmitMac supports Kerberos Single Sign-On (SSO) and adds identity and access management (IAM) for Macs on Active Directory networks from either Windows Group Policy Objects (GPO) or more...

What's New

Version 8.0:

Simple - OS X 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion and 10.7 Lion (legacy)

  • Easily installed and configured, whether individually or with scaled deployment
  • Integrated into the OS so that the Mac user can work as they always have
Transparent - Client-based solution
  • Designed to connect to existing Microsoft network more...


  • OS X 10.7.5 or later
  • Any hardware required to run TCP/IP
  • One of the following:
    • Microsoft Server 2003, 2008 or 2012 with Active Directory
    • Microsoft Windows 2000 with Active Directory
    • Microsoft NT Server 4.0 Service Pack 6

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Donmontalvo Member IconComment+1288

Right off the bat, I have a comment...

"[4566] Selecting some folders/files from the Finder
causes them to disappear from view on 10.5."

I know this isn't an issue with ADmitMac. We've seen this same issue in Xinet/FullPress environments. I reported to Xinet and Apple, both say it's not being reported by enough people to list as a known issue.

Don Montalvo, TX

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Version 5.0
gdanko Member IconComment+3

$109.99 for this? I am sure I can do most of what ADmitMac can do for free. With a little research you can figure out how to configure your Mac to participate in an Active Directory domain. I had all of my Creative Services Macs logging into the domain, using domain printer, domain shares, and any other domain resources. I was also able to share my resources out to domain members. Maybe ADmitMac has some other feature I am completely unaware of and if so, I apologize for ranting.

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Version 3.1

DFS support? Ability to enforce policies without extending Active Directory Schema? Integration of Kerberos and Smart Cards?

Those are 3 small features.

Anonymous Member IconReview

Setup Assistant crashes every time I try to install. Emailed support and tried a fix, didn't work. Haven't heard back from them in 2 weeks. Really losing my patience.

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Version 2.0.2
Anonymous Member Icon

Did some more research and found that AdmitMac doesn't like input managers, so I trashed all in the library/inputmanagers and ~library/inputmanagers folders.

Setup Assistant will execute now.

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Downloads 11,870
Version Downloads 155
License Demo
Date 11 Dec 2013
Platform OS X / Intel 32
Price $149.00