In addition to updating Mac OS X Leopard client, Apple also released the first update for Mac OS X Leopard Server.
Leopard Server’s list of fixes is much smaller than its client sibling. Server Preferences has been updated to address an issue that could block adding external users to a newly-created group.
The SMB File Service fixed an issue where Microsoft Windows clients may misinterpret shared folders’ ACL settings and an issue with 10.5.x-based software images could lead to an unresponsive NetBoot client, has also been fixed.
Rounding out the server updates are two fixes for Open Directory. The first fixed an issue blocking control of client application access when usernames contain non-ASCII characters. The second Open Directory fixed addresses intermittent Password Server errors.
Mac OS X Leopard Server is available for download from Apple’s Web site.