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Follow the directions posted at: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT200018 In summary: 1. Check that your DNS settings are correct using terminal host and hostname commands 2. Rekerberize your server - the steps basically reinitialize slapd and the chain of trust needed for network account operation
Here is a suggestion. Disable the "check" and test without it. Copy/Paste following in your Terminal defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.mdmclient BypassPreLoginCheck -bool YES to enable replace the YES with NO.
Local Network Users can also login to the local server, if you bind the server to itself in the Users & Groups preference, under Login Options, Network Account Server. Officially, the only thing you lose by shutting off Open Directory is the ability to manage devices using Profile Manager and have "roaming" logins with centralized home directories. ...
Its still possible, see OS X Server: Changing the service data storage location : In OS X Server (Mountain Lion) and Lion Server v10.7.2 or later, you can store service data in a location other than your startup volume. To change the service data storage volume: Open Server app, and connect to the desired server. Select the name of the ...
This is probably sorted out by now, but for future readers: do shell script "rm /private/var/folders/" error that says: error "rm: /private/var/folders/ : is a directory" You need rm -r to remove a directory and it's contents. However, I would suggest that if you don't already know that detail, then perhaps destructive shell commands are not for ...
It's a simple way. You can use the getconf DARWIN_USER_CACHE_DIR command to get the per-user temporary files and caches directory. and remove it. edit the '/etc/profile' file, add the following codes in it(not test yet): userTempDir=`/usr/bin/getconf DARWIN_USER_CACHE_DIR` rm -fr $userTempDir*
When you edit a page you see an arrow in tools bar that permit you to insert link (external or internal). For the internal link don't copy/paste url, cause it'll doesn't work if you migrate your wiki to another server. Just use wiki tools.
Well, now I feel a bit silly. I was remotely administering the server using server.app on another computer within the local network. Everything worked straight away as soon as I tried the same process on the server itself using Screen Sharing. I'm not sure why this is a problem, but it looks like remote administration using the Server.app doesn't work for ...
I am not computer savvy but I've learned a couple things which I'd be happy to share in case they help someone in the future. If you're using a Mac server you should try screen sharing from your computer to the server and open the program called "Console" and check the logs between the time you last saw the file on the server (need to know the day and the ...
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