@charles-hamill said in macOS in Windows Enterprise:
Configure the Mac to work in a Microsoft Environment
Is there such a thing as a PUBLIC DESKTOP folder similar to what Windows has?
Troubleshooting the keychain
I am sorry, as I hit 'Submit' before I finished responding to your full set of questions.... So here is Part 2 of your answer:
Setting u the Mac to work in a Windows Environment can mean many things, and as a result may involve a variety of tools and / or additional software. It would be helpful if you could provide a little bit of additional information as to what specifically you would be looking to do, such as extending Active Directory support to the Mac, in which case a toolset such as Jumpcloud would be good to examine:
For the Public Desktop folder item, take a look at these two sites to get a sense of what is going on under the hood with directories and the finder tool:
Get to know the Finder on your Mac:
Mac OS X Hidden Files & Directories:
Troubleshooting the keychain, check out this:
Mastering iCloud Keychain
Troubleshooting iCloud Keychain: The ultimate guide:
Hope these help out as well.