macOS Server

macOS Server

By Apple

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2014-10-16
  • Current Version: 5.7.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 101.53 MB
  • Developer: Apple
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.14 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2/5 ( 636 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $19.99
macOS Server App Ratings: 2
2
Total 636 Reviews

macOS Server App Description

macOS Server makes it easy to configure and monitor Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV devices and network storage volumes. Here’s what you’ll get with macOS Server: Profile Manager • Mobile device management for iOS, macOS, and tvOS devices • Distribution of institution licensed apps and books purchased from the Volume Purchase Program to users or devices • Install Software Updates on devices running iOS 12 and mac OS 10.14 • Device Enrollment Program integration • Web-based administration console • Self-service user portal for clearing passcodes, remote lock, and remote wipe Xsan • Block-level SAN file sharing with concurrent read/write access • Xsan volume hosting and configuration • Volume management, storage pooling, striping, and volume mapping • Real-time monitoring, graphs, and event notifications • Metadata controller failover and file system journaling Server App • Local and remote management • Users and group settings • View real-time graphs of server usage • Receive alerts on network changes, certificate expiration, storage usage, and more Some features require an Apple ID and/or compatible Internet access; additional fees and terms apply. Some features require program enrollment. Some features are not available in all countries.

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macOS Server App Reviews

  • Completely worthless

    1
    By greekhurricane
    Why is apple completely abandoning people who want to use a nice gui for these services? I was excited to run a vpn and time machine backups on server and didn’t realize that mojave had removed all functionality from this app!
  • Uh what?

    1
    By flallnatural
    Literally gutted all the functionality of this app. Don't bother. This should be delisted.
  • Basicaly only for Device Management

    1
    By MooManDan
    Even for device management, unless you are a business or a School the options are limited. Most services have been gutted.
  • Utter Trash

    1
    By iCu iD
    Bring back VPN (and everything else that you stipped)
  • Not What It Was

    1
    By Ossie J H Moore
    I used OSX Server in the past to manage VPN, LDAP, web server, etc. However, this release is really a completely new product unrelated to the old one. It would have been better to kill "Server" and release this as something else because long time users of "Server", like me, are left disappointed in the vastly diminished value this release prvoides. Just glad it was $20 wasted and not a signficant amount wasted.
  • Disapointed

    1
    By Sabazio
    Apple has made a few runs into the Enterprise space, but they always exit short of sucess. Mac users love apple products, and the idea of an all Mac shop has strong appeal. The Server product, with it's tight intagration with the OS and the ease of setup was an amazing attempt to finally get a comprehensive environment in place. Removal of most of the usefulness of this software really echos the lack of effort on the Mac Server front. Apple, for all it's sucesses, is simply not now, nor will ever be, an enterprise option. Even changes to iPhone security, profile manager, and other "enterprise" services indicate that Apple doesn't have a clue about the 20% of their customer base that work in true enterprise orginizations. Sad. Mobile intagration, coupled with a descent server solution and a total environment ecosystem would have been nice to see. Have fun competing in the MDM space. You have compitition there that is far more complete and reaches accdross far more platforms, but hey - if you want to alienate your core "Mac Only" enterprise users, knock yourself out.
  • RIP

    1
    By Sacred Banana
    What was once a one-stop-shop for a full-service server is now a withered shell of what once was. The High Sierra version was the height of Server. The Mohave version is just a husk.
  • Gelded to the point of uselessness

    1
    By Dramsey
    If I wanted to manually configure open source components like Apache, I'd be running a Linux box for my server. Which I guess I will do, as Apple has continued to methodically strip functionality from Server to the point where it really doesn't make sense to keep using it, wondering what functions will go away in the next release.
  • Server?

    1
    By The Razor
    After everything server related was gutted from the App I don't understand how Apple can still attach the name "Server" to it. If I didn't know any better I'd say Apple was trolling us.
  • Useless

    1
    By 444444444444444444444444444444
    Just like the entire Mac line itself nowadays. This app has been gutted and is useless.

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