on Wednesday announced the release of Universal Binary versions of DAVE and ADmitMac, its software to help Mac OS X systems run more effectively in Windows networking environments.
DAVE offers bidirectional file and printer sharing capabilities between Macs and Windows PCs. DAVE supports NTLMv2 and SMB signing, Distributed File System and more. ADmitMac provides Microsoft Active Directory support for Macs, enabling network administrators to manage Macs as Active Directory domain users.
DAVE v6.2 and ADmitMac v3.2 have been updated to run natively on Intel-based Macs. The updates are free for registered users and will be made available as downloads from Thursby’s Web site some time on Wednesday.
In addition to Intel support, the new updates provide performance and stability improvements for users of PowerPC-based Macs as well.