If you're still running Panther or Tiger, ADmitMac is the only way you can access these services. It isn't, however, a particularly simple application to set up or configure and if you've never done this before, you may struggle. The advantage of ADmitMac is that it's very secure once set up, and it makes it simple to share between multiple users and computers.
ADmitMac will mainly appeal to those in a professional environment who need to protect data they want to share with others, mainly those who are working in a mixed platform office. The result is that administrators can manage their domain users consistently regardless of which operating system they use. Note that ADmitmac also includes a plug-in called 'AD Commander', which allows administrators to manage Active Directory users and groups.
ADmitMac is a complicated application to configure but if you're using Panther or Tiger, it may be your best bet of networking with PC's in a professional environment.
- Broader support for Microsoft Distributed File System (DFS), which is not offered native with Apple OS X Better network volume integration for popular Mac applications such as Adobe's Creative Suite and Apple Final Cut Pro Deeper ADmitMac support for Microsoft Active Directory/Group Policy Objects (GPO) along with Mac Workgroup Manager (WGM) for identity and access management from either the PC or Mac sides of an organization.