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This is an index of the files stored in any file share point which has "iOS" turned on as a protocol. Disabling iOS sharing will prevent this folder from filling up, though I've yet to find the "by the book" way to clear this folder.


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What is the dns server bundled with OS X Server app on OS X El Capitan and where is the configuration file located? The dns server is a domain name server used for resolving hostnames to IP adresses. The software used are bind. The configuration files for the Server.app are located at /Library/Server/ and the DNS configuration are in a sub folder called ...


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Did she use an iCloud account registered to your company or to her personally? Admin accounts that require an email address to set up (like iCloud) should be using a corporate address like "admin@company.com" and not an address tied to a specific user. This means that when the user leaves, a replacement will be able to use the same account without having to ...


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There's basically two things you need to do to secure your Mac from a (involuntarily) separated employee: Secure from outside access Change all passwords This is an overlapping approach because neither are 100% foolproof. However, if you remove as many of the access paths from outside the organization, whatever is missed will be covered by the changed ...


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Safest thing to do would be to log that user out of iCloud entirely (http://appsliced.co/ask/how-do-i-log-out-of-icloud-on-my-mac) Make sure you choose "Keep on Mac" when it asks if you want to retain the data from the iCloud accounts various features.


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Assuming the Mac Mini is compatible (the flat, all-aluminium ones are) the simplest way to move the whole server is do exactly that - copy the entire drive. Get Carbon Copy Cloner, reboot the Mini in Target Disk mode and connect it to the MacBook with a suitable cable. The Mini will appear as if it was an external drive. Open Disk Utility and reformat the ...


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Tony, you might want to have a look at https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202848 Migrating your Server You can migrate from OS X Server on Mavericks or Mountain Lion to another >computer using OS X Yosemite. Use the Setup Assistant or Migration Assistant >included with Yosemite to transfer your data before you open Server app. You can migrate ...



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