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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:


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A DNS server that is configured to use a forwarder behaves as follows: When the DNS server receives a query, it attempts to resolve this query by using the zones that it hosts and by using its cache. If the query cannot be resolved using local data, the DNS server forwards the query to the DNS server that is designated as a forwarder. If forwarders ...


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The data repository for Calendar service is located at /Library/Server. Inside that directory is a folder containing data specific to the Calendar service at /Library/Server/Calendar and Contacts. Within that folder is a Config folder that has the main configuration file for the caldav daemon called caldavd-system.plist. The limits are based on your ...


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The standard directory in Yosemite/Mavericks where the update packages are stored in folders and sub-folders is here: "/Library/Server/Software Update/Data/html/content/downloads/" The DocRoot may be customized though. Entering the following in Terminal to get a previously customized DocRoot should work: /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c 'print ...


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Profile Manager is great if you're using it to deploy devices anyway. But, either way, if you're using OS X Mail Server, just have them add a new Internet Account (through ->System Preferences->Internet Accounts or Mail->Accounts, from the Mail.app client), scroll down to "Add Other Account..." and have them choose "Add an OS X Server account". This will ...


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We have experienced exactly the same symptoms on 10.6 (no new processes can start, and their logs indicate they crash at _SCUniverseGetEntryAddress) on several occasions now. I booted the computer up from the system disc and repaired the boot drive and it seems to be working so far. Another person described here that turning off previews for his EyeTV ...


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The default location is: /usr/libexec/apache2/


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The only sure solution I know of for this is to configure VPN on the server then lock down port 5900 on the WAN interface. That will kill the attempts for screen sharing from the public side but allow it when you VPN into the server. If the port is open on the public-facing WAN side, you can be sure that the port-scanners are going to find it and attempt ...


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When you set a user to services only this limits them to no login. As you can see in your Advanced Options the login shell is set to /usr/bin/false. This will deny login. If you want to share a folder with them setup File Sharing in the Server.app and give them permission to the file share.


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When I try to connect user WITHOUT home directory - services only What were you expecting? You chose to set up a user for services only and then tried to login as that user. Of course it's going to fail. Services-only is for users that need calendar, email, time machine etc. but not login. If you want to do a basic login that user needs a home folder.


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I fired up WGM on my Lion Server and connected to the Local Directory of a freshly installed 10.10 server with no problem. That's a start but of course I have to try again once I have set up OD.



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