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Yes, this feature still exists, and operates in the same way. As an example, here is a connection from one Yosemite machine to another:
I have found a solution (possibly temporarily), as part of our loginhook shell script I have entered the following: UserName="$1" UserGroup="$(sudo -u $UserName id)" if [[ $UserGroup == *teachers* ]] ; then networksetup -setwebproxy Ethernet <hostname> <port> off ; else networksetup -setwebproxy Ethernet <hostname> <port> off ; fi if ...
OS X Server 4 is an application. (.app) that is installed over the OS. It won't require you to format the entire drive to install it. It will just add the needed features to take advantage of the Server.app suite.
It's Server.app that is creating that mysterious folder that's gumming up your works. Stop the Server.app from launching when the server boots, and then you can create a cronjob that launches it via a .sh script. Script should just be something like #!/bin/bash /Applications/Server.app and like the person said in the one link, the cronjob entry would ...
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