First, the only thing I saw on the Appliance was that it was a 'hardened OS'. So I'm assuming like many of their other appliances that this is Windows 2003 locked down? Regardless if it is or not, are there any issues with the appliance being in a mixed environment with ACS for Windows and replication between the two?
ACS SE (appliance) does NOT support ODBC, and you're required to install ACS remote agents on Windows member servers or domain controllers, which could be a pain depending on the politics in your firm.
Really? Can you show this to me in a document somewhere? I'm just curious as to why this would be required on the appliance and not on the Windows version that we're currently running. They're pretty much the same thing after all. I find that disturbing.
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