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    Ryan White

    I am a long time Apple user and really enjoyed the simplicity (and power) of Apples server app. I've come to the conclusion with the updates to the server app in High Sierra that it is sadly time to move on. We have a small multi-media firm (25-30) employees that use file sharing, VPN and DHCP. Do you have any recommendations for Linux Distro that can replace the Apple Server? I know there are a ton of distros out there but looking for a solution that is easy to administer. Thank you in advance for any insight you may have

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    Ryan White

    Any plans on doing training on Cisco's little brother Meraki? I've recently found out they have a cert CMNA

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    Ryan White

    Working through the ITIL training and learning more about the "Service Portfolio", I am wondering if there is any software to "track/annotate" what I use? I would imagine and Excel sheet would work but is there anything more sophisticated or helpful? Possibly something that supports some sort of process diagram?

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    Ryan White

    Is there a reason I should be using the DHCP Server in OSX Server instead of allowing a Airport Extreme to do that? Is there a benefit using one over the other?

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    Ryan White

    Is it possible for an end user to update/change their AD password while using a Mac? We do have AD running that syncs to GADS but most of our machines are Apple. At this pint, the end user contacts the help desk to change their password and that will in-turn sync and update their google password. Thank you for any insight you may have

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