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I believe the proper commands for this are: ACL sudo chmod -RN /Path/to/your/share POSIX (assuming the short name for your local admin account is 'admin' and you want everyone to have read-access, if not change 744 to 740) sudo chown -R admin:wheel /Path/to/your/share sudo chmod -R 744 /Path/to/your/share


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With OS X Yosemite 10.10.2, WebDAV is only accessible via HTTPS.


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If your AirPort doesn't go to another router, but goes straight to the modem or whatever you have for internet access, check your public IP online and your WAN IP in AirPort Utility. Then, if they match, make sure to forward port 80 (unless you prefer to specify a port every time you go to your site) and test if that wasn't already the case. If the IP's ...


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SuperUser has a similar question/answer. I thought this was covered here already, but couldn't find it. Found it!


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As you were setting up the vpn it got changed. That can be changed in System preferences - Sharing - Computer Name. Use Edit to change the name to your liking. First it shows the Machine name, then your user name. In my case myMBA:~ Buscar$


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Completely reset OS X Server and all my certificates. Apparently there was an issue with my self-signed certificate, so enrollment is working now.


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I formatted the Mac Mini and reinstalled OSX 10.10, as deleting all files for OSX Server simply just doesn't work. I followed the following tutorial : Mac OSX Apache Setup with PHP Note: To make your Mac Mini a web server, don't install OSX Server at all, it's mostly designed for company workspace to setup calenders, VPN, email servers etc.


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Setting up VPN isn't necessarily as straight forward as one would hope. The first issue is how to pass the connection from your router to the OS X Server. That is done via port forwarding in the router to your server's static (or reserved DHCP) IP address inside the network. To make the connection work, you need to know your WAN IP address. If you're using ...


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Just downloading Display menu from App Store (free) and choosing highest resolution worked for me on Yosemite. Now running headless with great remote screen resolution. No other actions required.


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It's fairly simple to install Google Authenticator PAM plugin on Mac OS X if you have X code command line compiler installed. The code and instructions are here: https://code.google.com/p/google-authenticator/wiki/PamModuleInstructions Once you initialize your token (generate a code you feed to the app on your phone), you'll have two factor authentication ...


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sudo serveradmin settings smb:directorymask = 775 sudo serveradmin settings smb:creationmask = 775


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There's two alternatives I'm aware of for PackageMaker that would work in this situation: A third-party tool named Packages Apple's pkgbuild and productbuild tools working together. If you're planning to add packages to a NetInstall set, you should be aware that Apple made an undocumented change in Yosemite. If you add any additional packages for ...


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In case it helps, I was having trouble with this on 10.10 (Yosemite) and it turned out I was editing the wrong file. /etc/sshd_config is the right one, not /etc/ssh/sshd_config, which is what I was trying based on what man sshd_config says: SSHD_CONFIG(5) BSD File Formats Manual SSHD_CONFIG(5) NAME sshd_config -- OpenSSH SSH ...



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