Connecting Server Preferences to a Remote Server
You can connect Server Preferences to a server over the network and manage users,
groups, services, and system information remotely.
Mac OS X
Mac OS X
To manage a server remotely:
Open Server Preferences on an administrator computer and choose Connection >
For information about administrator computers, see “Preparing an Administrator
Computer” on page 51.
Enter the remote server’s DNS name or IP address and the name and password of an
administrator account on the remote server.
When Server Preferences is connected to a remote server, the server’s name or IP
address is displayed in the title bar of the Server Preferences window.
Managing Your Server
To reconnect to a server you have connected to recently, choose Connection >
Open Recent Connection, and then choose the server you want.
You can connect Server Preferences to any server with Mac OS X Server v10.6 or later.