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I have read a solution to change in configuration file /usr/share/webmail/config/appleoverrides.inc.php the value of rcmail_config['default_host'] from its default 'tls://%h' to 'tls://macserver.examle.com'. In our case the value of rcmail_config['default_host'] is not 'tls://%h' but 'tls://%n'. Because of that, and the fact I wouldn't want to lock the ...
Do you use network accounts (no home folder on the Mac) or mobile accounts (one Home folder in /Users) ? You may be able to add authorization for the VNC/ARD service for mobile accounts with the kickstart command : sudo /System/Library/CoreServices/RemoteManagement/ARDAgent.app/Contents/Resources/kickstart -activate -configure -access -on -users ...
OS X Server update 3.0.1 seems to have cleared this up for me. Mac App Store
here is what I did that messed things up. I set domain1 as the hostname, when I should have been using an alias like server.domain1.com. Also, i had the static ip selected in both domains. So, I changed the hostname to server.domain1 and then changed both domains to listen on any port.
For my own outward-facing servers, I did everything from within the built-in server software itself, except managing virtual hosts, for which task I used VirtualHostX. The best tutorial I know for configuring Mavericks for web server use is done by Charles Edge, at his site, Krypted. I followed this same process essentially, and thus far, I've seen no ...
OS X have Apache. This is a pretty standard build, so you should be able to configure it to do just about anything you'd like. If you want to do this you may need to read up on apache configuration and such. There are numerous tutorials all over the place for setting up virtual hosts, etc. Here's a walkthrough for setting up a server in Mountain Lion which ...
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