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Be sure to add the non-admin user/group (depending on if multiple users) to the Remote Management section of Sharing in System Preferences to allow access. (Thanks Guy!)


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When two or more client access the TM service at the same time then a corruption can happen. TimeMachine on a TimeCapsule will create a lock when a backup takes places allowing only one backup being active at any time. Most third party implementations will not mark the TM as unavailable when another backup already is running. I have seen sparse bundle ...


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How about this, instead of just waiting, do the following: #!/bin/sh if [[ ! -e /Volumes/<volname ]]; then sleep 60 else exec /Library/PrivilegedHelperTools/com.apple.serverd fi exit 0 This should check if you volume is exists, if no, wait 60 seconds, if yes, start the server app.


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I had a similar issue with my Synology NAS after having followed Synology's Time Machine guide. When trying to connect to the Backup Disk, Time Machine said "You do not have the necessary read, write and append privileges on the selected network backup disk." The only solution that worked for me was to restart Synology DSM by clicking on the person/user ...


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Next time better test it in a VM or use a Time Machine backup to revert to the previous state. And here are complete lists of modified, replaced and added items after starting and quitting Server.app (version 4.1). Depending on any further steps you took there maybe additional items added, modified or replaced. The lists were compiled with the snapshot ...


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The .nbi is the NetBoot set, it's the disk you are booting the Mac you want to image from that contains DeployStudio Runtime. From there you will run a workflow, that can incorporate an image if you want. The workflow is created in DeployStudio Admin. To create images, I like to use AutoDMG: https://github.com/MagerValp/AutoDMG Once you get your image, ...


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emond (Event Monitor Daemon) is just a "proxy" here. Based on several rules the daemon initiates several actions like logging events, sending emails or blocking hosts or users with the help of afctl activating the pf-anchor here: /Applications/Server.app/Contents/ServerRoot/private/etc/pf.anchors/400.AdaptiveFirewall. The rule for the adaptive firewall is ...


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I found a simple solution that allows you to designate a permission to parent folders and ensure that all contents will inherit those permissions. In your case, you want two parent folder with distinct sharing permissions (Drive 2013 and Drive 2014 folders). On your Mac, right click on the desired parent folder and select "Get Info." You may have to ...


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Your Mac mini is probably a Apple Mac mini "Core i7" 2.3 (Late 2012) Macmini6,2. It was originally delivered with Mac OS X 10.8.1. Neither 10.5 nor 10.6 contain the necessary drivers to support your hardware (especially USB3.0). Consider installing Mac OS X Server 10.6.8 in an virtual machine using Parallels, VMware Fusion (both non-free) or VirtualBox ...


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No. 10.5 doesn't include the necessary drivers for your machine, neither does 10.6 One option would be to install 10.6 Server in a Virtual Machine. There are a few tutorials on the net, it can be quiet tricky as I recall but it works.


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I got this solution by posting the same on apple discussion forum. I wanted to post the answer here because, it might help someone else. Many thanks to the friend who gave me this solution. Move the Server application to the Trash. Delete the following items (some may not exist), then reboot: /.ServerBackups /var/db/.ServerSetupDone ...


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You can add the wild card domain much easier than that! create the primary zone "test.dev" create machine record "test.dev" add ip http://www.howdididothat.info/2012/11/15/wildcard-dns-on-mac-osx-server-10-8/


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It turns out the setup I posed in my question is correct, and works as expected. This was confirmed by @klanomath, who was able to reproduce my configuration and see things working as expected. Specifically: After issuing: $ sudo webappctl start org.apache.tomcat I get the expected "Here I am!" message in /var/log/system.log. The solution for me was to ...


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Here's how I'd troubleshoot things using terminal. You can use the console app as well to look at logs, but the serveradmin commands are more detailed than the server app allows currently and historically. curl localhost - this tests that port 80 is listening and a web server is running. sudo serveradmin status web - this tests the service named web - n.b. ...



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