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You could possibly alter the DHCP reservation for the device(s) you wish to prevent internet access in such a way to make the DNS pointer point to something invalid, 127.0.0.1 Not sure if it's what you're after but it could be worth looking into. If I had OS X server myself, I'd write you up an applescript snippet to do the switching quickly and ...
Go to your HD > Applications > Server.app Right Click > Show Package Contents Go to Contents > ServerRoot > usr > share > devicemgr > backend > app > views > emailer Open the email_profile-multipart.erb file in your IDE of choice, and make your style edits to the HTML email.
You should install unbound and have that be your dns resolver on Mac OS X. Unbound supports DNSSEC. Next, you need whatever apps you want to use, to be aware of and respect the results of the DNSSEC validation that unbound does. As an example, SSH can use DNSSEC along with SSHFP to validate the fingerprint of the server that you are connecting to. ...
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