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Be sure to add the non-admin user/group (depending on if multiple users) to the Remote Management section of Sharing in System Preferences to allow access. (Thanks Guy!)
This MacSales article covers how to do this very well: http://blog.macsales.com/18406-speed-time-machine-past-88mph-over-your-local-network Essentially, you start with a fresh Time Machine backup. Start it on Wifi, then stop it, as it begins to backup files. This basically establishes the Time Machine archive. Then you attach your hard drive (or laptop) ...
You can only have 1 MDM profile installed at a time, so it will not allow you to re-enroll the devices if they are already enrolled (even if the original server is now defunct) I cannot recall if you can remove the MDM profile from a supervised device, but I believe that you can. The easiest way would be to probably send a link that can be opened in safari ...
Works with Yosemite (L2TP VPN Server behind a NAT gateway)
Can't you point the OSX Server's Local time machine to its own share? Like point it to afp://osx server ip Or is it not possible to mount a local share locally?
The .nbi is the NetBoot set, it's the disk you are booting the Mac you want to image from that contains DeployStudio Runtime. From there you will run a workflow, that can incorporate an image if you want. The workflow is created in DeployStudio Admin. To create images, I like to use AutoDMG: https://github.com/MagerValp/AutoDMG Once you get your image, ...
If you have added a machine record (e.g. server.example.com) the primary zone example.com has been already created automagically. To view all records (including your primary and the reverse zone) click on the gear near the bottom of the window and choose 'View All Records'.
Probably your DHCP Server uses the wrong network interface to propagate the leases after building the bond: Open Server.app and connect to your server Click in the left pane on Advanced -> DHCP Open the DHCP network in question by double-clicking on it or highlight it and click on the pencil at the bottom Check the 'Network Interface'. Probably you still ...
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