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There have traditionally been issues with using Mac OS X Server and internet sharing on the same machine. The situation has improved with recent release of both the OS & Mac OS X Server. On Lion, the best I can suggest is to set things up in internet sharing, then never open the internet sharing settings in the preference pane again (this is what usually ...


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I had the same problem! You have to edit: /Library/Server/Web/Config/Proxy/apache_serviceproxy.conf and /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/services/ACSServer.conf Change "Listen ..." to "# Listen ..." (Change to comment). This prevents the httpd from starting. You have to restart after this!


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There is no silver bullet to migrate your Mavericks server installation to a brand new machine. It really depends on the acceptable downtime and on the hardware. First some facts: Migrating a server installation or a Time Machine backup of it over a network is not possible Any migration either with the System Assistant or the Migration Assistant has to ...


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Keep in mind that if you have enabled password policy, it applies when resetting the password, you can't re use the previous password and the change will fail.


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It sounds like something in the network is blocking nonstandard DHCP traffic, including the requests a NetBoot client uses to find the server(s). When you start a Mac with the Option or N keys held down, it'll first do a normal DHCP transaction to get an IP address, then send a special "BSDP" (Boot Service Discovery Protocol) request, which is really a DHCP ...


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The OD server on 10.10 uses the identity certificate pointed to by the "MACHINE_IDENTITY" identity preference. Using Keychain Access or the security command line tool change the identity preference to point to your new CA signed cert.


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servermgrd looks up the certificate it uses for port 311 via an identity preference named "com.apple.servermgrd". By default, the preference points to the self-signed "com.apple.servermgrd" identity cert. After you change the preference you can remove the old self-signed cert without causing any harm. But you must make sure that the access control list (ACL) ...


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Ok - I feel foolish. I found the answer within minutes of posting the question. Here is the answer: https://discussions.apple.com/message/24844922#24844922



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