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also you can use ARD on your server and on your desktop/laptop, set the server as the task manager and it will keep a que of all your pushes. Talk a look at a PackageMaker.app, You can download it from https://developer.apple.com/downloads look for "Auxiliary tools for Xcode" and you can wrap all your apps into one package to push out, this works for ...


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You get two graphical interface log in sessions simultaneously on OS X (server.app or without server.app) and there is no configuration needed as this is the default settings. Just use any VNC client and set up two or more users local to the server. You'll want to set up the Mac Mini with Xcode Server running and then have each developer run Xcode locally. ...


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Please enabled all the applicable ports. Apple's documentation (http://support.apple.com/kb/ht5302) also lists the service needing TCP ports 2195, 2196, and 5223 for the service to send/receive push notifications, which AFAIK is how the service communicates with clients.


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SOLVED FOR ME. I don't recall seeing this before in Snow leopard (the interface was slightly different...), on the same line at the message "Viewing local directory /Local/Default. Not Authenticated." there is a small triangle --- clicking on this reveals a drop menu. Select LDAPv3 from the list. Then click on the lock at the far end of that bar. ...


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I found the path. The path to the server tools is: /Applications/Server.app/Contents/ServerRoot/usr/sbin/serveradmin I think I was too impatient and did not wait for locate.updatedb to complete.


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Ok. To anyone running up the same wall I did... I switched to an OpenSource Ruby on Rails app called WAGN http://wagn.org It does this exact thing and much more.


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If your main machine is a laptop, do NOT run Server on it. I tried this once, and was rather taken aback by the amount of time it spent with the fans on full. The battery life was cut by at least 50%, too. Most of this is down to such abominations as PostgreSQL, which seems to love the CPU and makes as much use of it as possible. I have since installed it ...


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Generally, installing OS X Server on a main machine is not recommended, but if you have no choice, it should still be fine. There are some things to note, of courseā€¦ PostgreSQL has a massive impact on boot up times and shutdown times. PostgreSQL is used by many of the services in OS X Server and has meant that my iMac now takes well over 3 minutes to shut ...



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