Mac OS X Server v10.6 Snow Leopard – Unlimited Client License

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Mac OS X Server v10.6 Snow Leopard – Unlimited Client License

Mac OS X Server v10.6 Snow Leopard - Unlimited Client License

  • Designed to handle the most demanding server operations, Snow Leopard Server is up to twice as fast as its predecessor,
  • Snow Leopard Server is designed so people of all technical levels can easily manage servers,
  • Allow users to exchange files, synchronize contact information/calendars, schedule events,
  • Deploy the server that’s right for you, without the need for expensive hardware: use an Xserve, a Mac Pro, an iMac, or even a Mac mini
  • Enhanced core technologies include 64-bit computing, an advanced networking architecture,
  • Conduct live video conferences, send/receive email, contribute to wikis, publish blogs, produce podcasts, set up websites and more
  • Faster performance for operations such as file sharing, mail, and web hosting
  • Provides advanced features so you can have total control over your network
  • Standards-based directory and authentication services, advanced security systems, Xgrid and more, send secure instant messages,

Apple Mac OS X Server v10.6 Snow Leopard Unlimited Client License.  Mac OS X Server v10.6 Snow Leopard is a powerful 64-bit server operating system with new features and applications that make it easier for everyone in your organization to collaborate, communicate, and share information. Its simple to set up and manage, and its up to twice as fast as its predecessor, improving performance for file sharing, mail, web hosting, and more.Snow Leopard Server is now available in an unlimited-client edition that’s more affordable than ever.Features:* Simplified Administration Updated: Snow Leopard Server gives you total control over your network and makes it easier than ever to manage.* iCal Server 2 New: Share calendars, coordinate events, and schedule meetings within a work group, a small business, or a large corporation.* Address Book Server New: Address Book Server is based on CardDAV, the new protocol standard for exchanging contact information.* Podcast Producer 2 New: Capture, encode,

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Final Cut Express 4 – Old Version

Final Cut Express 4 - Old Version

  • Edit quickly and precisely with professional, flexible editing tools;
  • Achieve the look you want with a robust suite of color correction and image adjustment tools
  • Mix and edit DV, HDV, and AVCHD video in a single Timeline; mix up to 99 audio tracks with built-in audio editing tools
  • Work with built-in filter effects and third-party FxPlug plug-ins; watch effects in real time thanks to RT Extreme with Dynamic RT
  • Import iMovie ’08 video projects with cuts and cross dissolves

Discover powerful video editing for DV, HDV, and AVCHD. Final Cut Express 4 delivers a single, open format Timeline where you can edit all three, mixing formats and frame rates using the same pro-level editing tools available in Final Cut Pro. Import video projects directly from iMovie 08. Take advantage of LiveType to create dynamic, animated titles. Built-in audio controls let you mix up to 99 audio tracks even add a narrative voiceover. Perfect your movie with professional transitions and effects, including optional third-party FxPlug plug-ins. AVCHD video requires a Mac with an Intel processor. Discover powerful video editing for DV, HDV, and AVCHD. Final Cut Express 4 delivers a single, open format Timeline where you can edit all three, mixing formats and frame rates using the same pro-level editing tools available in Final Cut Pro. Import video projects directly from iMovie ’08. Take advantage of LiveType to create dynamic, animated titles. Built-in audio controls let you mix up

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6 thoughts on “Mac OS X Server v10.6 Snow Leopard – Unlimited Client License

  1. 25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Snow Leopard Server – a completely subjective review, January 30, 2010
    By 
    djac “beantownboy” (Boston, MA United States) –

    This review is from: Mac OS X Server v10.6 Snow Leopard – Unlimited Client License (DVD-ROM)

    I would second David Cotter’s positive reviews. I only have a mere 20 years of development experience starting with a NeXT cube I bought back in 1990. Today I work for a 200b financial services company that runs twelve 10.4 Intel XServes. We are very cautious to upgrade as they machines are heavily used for production work in the marketing and reporting arm of the company where we heavily use Perl, AppleScript, shell scripts, Python, etc.. There has been perhaps 1-2 anomalies on individual machines that we had to reboot and do some repairs for – in perhaps 6 years of heavy use. We have hundreds of Windows, Solars and Linux servers, VMs, blades, network servers, you name it. Our 10.4 server reliability compares very well with the rest of our environment.

    It was based on this experience I evaluated Snow Leopard Server by creating a Parallels 5 virtual machine on my Mac Pro desktop machine at home. I honestly wasn’t sure it would work on a VM but I was running a live wiki/blog/calendar with people live connecting from all over for 2 weeks. There was one crash across a week of work – but I put my workstation running the VM to sleep several times and one of them the server didn’t seem to wake up from correctly. That’s tough environment for a server. I was very impressed with the improvement in management tools and the wiki is actually much better than the average wiki – my technical team that was testing it gave it rave reviews for usability.

    I was so impressed that I decided to buy a Mac Mini Snow Leopard Server for my home. We aren’t ready to upgrade at work yet – that will require several months of testing with a set of development servers. But based on my initial experience I would expect the testing to go fairly well.

    I’m writing this somewhat preliminary review because that first guy was spewing hatred without any concrete facts and that’s just rude. The fact is that with running a web server, blogs, e-mail, dns, open directory, file shares, etc. is very complex. Unlike reviews of simple products which might approach objectivity in some sense, complex products like server software can’t be reviewed in an objective way. Reviews of OS X Server are going to be about how combining one particular guy with OS X Server for a while worked out. Apparently not very well for that first reviewer. My experience has been overall very good. Could be that the first guy is dumber than David Cotter or I, but it’s probably because the kinds of things he was trying to do were not working out for him and the solutions were painful to find, if he could find them at all.

    I understand this. Apple does not invest in the enterprise at all. The problems I’ve had with OS X Server are probably more difficult to resolve than on other platforms because of Apple’s lack of interest, and the fact that far fewer people travel the OS X Server path. This results in far fewer hits in Google on your problem than you would expect with a Windows Server problem – tons of people have problems on Windows servers.

    So here’s my recommendation. If you are a computer novice that barely knows how to click a mouse but for some reason wants to set up a web server or wiki for your little company – OS X Server is DEFINITELY for you. It’s actually ridiculously easy to set up most of the server features and if they work, which is likely, you are going to be very happy.

    If you’re moderately technical: 2-10 years of experience working with server technologies, or have a lot of experience but you just aren’t that good, then you probably want to use a Windows server technology. You’ll have lots of support, lots of stuff on the web, a broad range of software solutions, and there is a contractor around every corner that can help you out.

    If you have a ton of experience and the most daunting technical problems don’t really phase you any more (they might take days to fix, but they don’t phase you), then I think you will really like OS X Server. You’re going to need all that experience because Apple, or the few other OS X Server users out there, are not going to be able to back you up much. If you combine this experience with the right kind of use then OS X Server is a joy to use and is highly recommended. Hope that helps.

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  2. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    You could run a small nation with Mac OS X 10.6 Server, February 7, 2010
    By 
    Lawrence Charters “– Lawrence” (Columbia, MD USA) –
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    This review is from: Mac OS X Server v10.6 Snow Leopard – Unlimited Client License (DVD-ROM)

    Mac OS X 10.6 Server comes pre-configured with file, print, mail, chat, Web, wiki, blog and many other services. Install it on an Intel-based Macintosh, check a few preference panels, and you are up and running. An astonishing amount of power is bundled into that one small cardboard box.

    The included documentation is adequate to get you up and running, but nothing more. If you don’t know what a wiki is or why you’d want one, you won’t find out here. Apple’s assumption is that you probably won’t read what little documentation is provided (probably true) and will look for books on Apache if you are interested in the Web, books on digital video if you are interested in Podcast Producer, books on SMTP and Internet mail services if you want to use the mail server, etc.

    Note that this is not some cut-down “home” edition: Mac OS X 10.6 Server offers unlimited clients. “Unlimited” clients on a comparable Windows server would cost tens of thousands of dollars, not to mention hundreds of hours to configure and fairly constant maintenance. Linux distributions come closest to matching Snow Leopard Server, but in the case of Linux, you tend to get bits and pieces, “some assembly required,” and batteries are not included. Just collecting the various services to install on top of Linux and resolving conflicts could take several weeks; installing Mac OS X 10.6 Server takes about an hour, with an additional couple of hours tinkering with configuration settings and tweaking.

    While I didn’t try it, you can also get Snow Leopard Server pre-installed on a Mac mini. The cost is very low ($999 list), and obviously the installation time is even less.

    Installation is easy, tracking down incompatibilities is unnecessary, configuration is simplicity itself. Highly recommended.

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  3. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    most worth-it upgrade ever, December 3, 2009
    By 
    David M. Cotter
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    This review is from: Mac OS X Server v10.6 Snow Leopard – Unlimited Client License (DVD-ROM)

    Well, i too have been a developer for over 25 years (omg coming up on 30), for a very large company that you’ve heard of. The above guy spits out a bunch of bile but does not back up his claims with any hard facts, perhaps he’s just having a bad day. In my experience, SL fixed several problems and bad designs in Leopard. The upgrade was the most painless ever, it “just worked”. This upgrade adds polish and shine to many parts of the system. I have not had one instability. Not even one.

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  4. 181 of 184 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Upgrading from iMovie? Read this, April 15, 2008
    By 
    mregisterga (Alpharetta, GA) –

    This review is from: Final Cut Express 4 – Old Version (DVD-ROM)

    Final Cut Express is a very powerful video editing package. If you are thinking about making the step up from iMovie (as I did), you need to understand that the level of sophistication and power in this package is exponentially greater than that of iMovie. If your video editng experience is limited to iMovie, don’t expect to be able to install FCE and be off and running in an hour or two. You’ll need to plan on investing some real time to learn the program.

    This is in no way a criticism of FCE – it is as advertised, a “light” version of Final Cut Pro, which is used by professionals everywhere. I just want your expectations to be set properly. You’ll need to invest in a third-party manual, as only soft copies of documentation are included, and they are for reference only, not for training. Just be CERTAIN that the manual you get is for the FCE 4 – there aren’t many available as of this writing.

    FCE is a very expansive and powerful program; just don’t expect the type of plug-n-play results you got from iMovie. You’ll need to spend time to understand the numerous differences in how iMovie and FCE operate.

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  5. 88 of 91 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product, April 10, 2008
    This review is from: Final Cut Express 4 – Old Version (DVD-ROM)

    This is a great product for the money. I have used a few editing programs on Windows and also iMovie extensively (’08 and older). While I like iMovie, I was looking for just a little more control. So i bought this program.

    At first, the interface seemed a bit dated (in comparison to Aperture, itunes, imovie, etc). However, after using it for a few hours I cam to realize the interface is very functionality and componetized based on task. I actually grew to appreciate the logic of the interface with use. So don’t be scared away by this simple thing.

    Second, I hate having to learn new editing software. Personally, I don’t think any of my iMovie knowledge transferred between programs. They are not in any way the same. However, I was able to compose a 2 hour DVD (with about 5 unique segments) in about 4 hours. I also spent an additional 2 hours familiarizing myself with the concepts and features of the program. So this isn’t bad. In a few hours I had good video, edited, with nice transitions. I exported everything and created the DVD in iDVD. All this worked wonderfully together.

    I highly recommend this program to those who plan to do a lot of video editing. iMovie is great if you want to create a few simple one-off movies. However, if you have larger projects and want to be guaranteed you have control, go with this program.

    The only thing I wish is that the DVD came with a video tutorial. I think the idea of EXPRESS means it does appeal to newer users and possibly those new to video editing. Some tutorials would go a long way. […]

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  6. 109 of 115 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Apple Removed Good Features, March 1, 2008
    By 
    K. Hughes (Arlington, VA United States) –
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    This review is from: Final Cut Express 4 – Old Version (DVD-ROM)

    Apple removed from Final Cut Express 4 some of important features contained in the previous version, Final Cut Express HD 3.5. Macworld identified “a pair of significant omissions.” The most significant one for me is removal of Soundtrack, a program for scoring movies with music. Apple may want us to make do with GarageBand, but Soundtrack is better geared toward the job of creating a (you see it coming) soundtrack. Compared to GarageBand, Soundtrack “offered more options and better performance” (Macworld). Is it unreasonable for a consumer to assume that Apple would design version 4 of a program to be better than version 3.5, rather than stripped of valuable capabilities? (The other significant loss is a reduction in the number of animated LiveType fonts.)
    Final Cut Express is a good program, just not as good, in a couple of very important ways, as it used to be.

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