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You can export a group of contacts. So first create a group, then add contacts to it. Theres no menuoption for it, but you can rigthclick on the group and select Export vCard-group… Or you can select desired contacts to export, File -> Export… -> Export vCard-card… This will give you one vCard-file containing one or more contacts. Then you can share the ...
Might have to do with the (automatically created) .DS_Store files. I turned this function off and seems to be working proper now. Here's how: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT1629
This is something we had issues with today at work. It goes like this: Have a folder (Folder 1) and create another folder in this folder (Folder 2). Copy a file (such as an image) into Folder 2. Now you won't be able to rename Folder 1 without Finder asking for admin password, and entering that gives the same dialog as the second posted above by Ash. ...
I add to the correct answer from grgarside that documentation from Apple can be found here http://help.apple.com/advancedserveradmin/mac/4.0/ I have to say the documentation is good but not excellent so here is a little "recipe" for the most common setup. A common practice is to create users, to create groups, to assign users to groups. (one user can ...
Generally, the shared folders for a group should go in /Groups/groupname/. /Users/Shared/ is more designed for local users to share, though there's nothing stopping you from using this too other than it is non-standard.
I use the GUI, it easier... When I migrate a server, I: Add the shares to the 'File Sharing' section of the server app. Configure the permissions as I would like them to be. Navigate to your server under the 'Server' section on the left of the server app, select 'Storage' from the tabs and then navigate to where your share is located and select it. ...
Here are the points which don't block Migration Assistant on the source Mac side: Firewall on File Sharing off FileVault on Here are 2 key points which blocks the reachability of Migration Assistant on the source Mac side: IPv6 IPv6 off This isn't the default configuration. But within enterprise large networks it is a usefull practice to avoid IPv6 ...
Just set Configure IPv4 : Manually Yosemite just set user password and best shared for Windows7 or Windows8.
Stupid answer,but... You could try cloning the 10.9 system Then, updating that to 10.10 Why, because, it's working in the first case and updating a working system might work
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