Mac OS X 10.5.4 Leopard Server Released

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Yesterday Apple released an update of Leopard Server to version 10.5.4, including the following changes:

- directory service reliability and authenticating new File Sharing connections
- binding and authentication in Active Directory environments
- editing Wiki content in Safari, Firefox and Internet Explorer
- searching with Spotlight in the Finder and on the web
- sending ‘Welcome’ email messages to users in Server Preferences
- importing users and working with nested groups in Server Preferences
- hosting DHCP services
- supporting private events in iCal
- synchronizing Portable Home Directories
- enabling Software Update Server
- using SNMPv3 services
- hosting with WebObjects 5.4.2
- hosting mail services for users with long user names
- preventing mail server database corruption
- ensuring security of LDAP password hashes
- propagating password changes to Open Directory replicas
- creating and editing DNS records in Server Admin
- creating augment directory records in Advanced server configuration
- using Managed Preferences when clients are bound to Active Directory

Mac OS X Server Combo 10.5.4 is available for download from Apple’s web site as well as via Software Update.

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