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I agree that sending feedback to http://www.apple.com/feedback/server.html is probably our best chance of getting Workgroup Manager (or an adequate replacement) made available. Many key/essential multi-user lab management tools are not possible with Profile Manager. We are still running 10.9 server with 10.10 clients (OK so far) for this year but I know that ...


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If you follow this guide it will show you how to skip this by pressing holding down the ⌥-Option key and clicking on the  logo.


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Holding down the option key while selecting Shut Down (or Restart) from the Apple menu will bypass the Dialog Box and cause the action to occur immediately.


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One possible way could be by using a terminal command: shutdown -h now This immediately kills all processes and shuts your system down in a fairly nice manner. As a normal user you could initiate this by sudo shutdown -h now But the problem with password prompt remains, this time in the terminal. Having a closer look to the sudo configuration file ...


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One thing to try if there is only one user logged in is, logging that user out which would then return to the login screen. From the login screen there is a "Shutdown" button. Choosing "Shutdown" from there would, hopefully, complete since there are (theoretically) no more users logged in. If that doesn't work then you are going to have to create a script ...


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You should specifically not try to do any DNS or similar trickery to achieve failover. The way OD failover works is that the OD data includes configuration records listing all of the OD servers (master and replicas). The clients store (& periodically update) copies of this list, so if they ever have trouble contacting their primary server (generally the ...


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Most likely an upgrade like that will behave like Java updates do in macs. It will replace the software in the background and won't start using the new software until you restart the program. In terms of best practices, I would say go ahead and update it with services still running and as soon as it's done, restart the machine to give it a fresh run.


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I found this but can not test since I do not have your set up. Stop the dhcp server either through Server Admin or from a command line command of sudo serveradmin stop dhcp. delete the file /var/db/dhcpd_leases. You will need root access. Terminal command of sudo rm -f /var/db/dhcpd_leases Restart dhcp via server admin or by terminal command of sudo ...



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