Network Magazine lists Mac OS X Server 10.2 among the 27 best networking products of 2002.
The magazine says that Mac OS X Server 10.2 “delivers the networking features we’ve come to expect from Novell Networks, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems and IBM.” They also praise the integrated Lightweight Directory Access Protocol version 3 (LDAPv3) service called Open Directory and the file and print support for Windows and Unix clients, along with Mac OS clients.
Last Thursday Apple released
Mac OS X Server 10.2.6. The new version provides more reliable software installation for client computers using Apple Filing Protocol (AFP) server volumes. AFP client copy reliability has been improved, as has compatibility with Microsoft UAM (User Authentication Module) 1.0.2, when connection to Windows share points.