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Just tried, and this does work in Mavericks (at least for disabling .DS_Store not network shares): defaults write com.apple.desktopservices DSDontWriteNetworkStores -bool true You just need to remember to restart Finder as well: killall Finder
1.) Your situation is not related to the open command. Before one can pass a remote share filepath as part of an argument, the share must first be established at a mount point. Here's an illustration to show what happens--or doesn't happen--using the simplest of commands: ls smb://myshare._smb._tcp.local/path/to/file/my_file.pdf Indeed, referencing a file ...
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