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I think you could easily fix that whit a bit of applescript and "sed". I don't know how your original applescript looks like, but I assume you have a variable that contains the path /Volumes/someFolder/someFile.docx as you said, let's call that variable thePath. All you have to do is take thePath, remove /Volumes/ and add smb://Server/someParentFolder/ ...
Add force user to the share in smb.conf. (Change to the appropriate user name)... force user = root
Might have to do with the (automatically created) .DS_Store files. I turned this function off and seems to be working proper now. Here's how: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT1629
Although tags cannot be edited directly from the finder for volumes, comments can. Therefore, I went into Side bar → Devices → Machine Name (which is where I can see all the volumes. In fact, it shows the /Volumes folder), and did the following: I added the name of the particular server as a comment to each of the volumes. In the finder view options, I ...
This is something we had issues with today at work. It goes like this: Have a folder (Folder 1) and create another folder in this folder (Folder 2). Copy a file (such as an image) into Folder 2. Now you won't be able to rename Folder 1 without Finder asking for admin password, and entering that gives the same dialog as the second posted above by Ash. ...
Honestly, it’s a mixed bag. I worked for a client in an enterprise environment—300+ users—with mixed Windows and Mac OS X clients and the SMB/CIFS issues were maddening to say the least. The only “solution” to some specific file sharing issues we could practically implement was to deploy Synology rack-mounted NAS enclosures and use those in lieu of core ...
Try escaping the unicode 图片 translates as %E5%9B%BE%E7%89%87 using an escape function I tried & I don't know how well it copes with Chinese character, so you might need to find a smarter one. [not generally-accessible resource, so I can't publish it here.] The app UnicodeChecker installs a service which can convert any unicode character string into ...
I think you don't need to register a new hostname if you're just about publishing web services. On the Mac, you can register a new website with bonjour on the command line with dns-sd -R "My Website" _http._tcp . 80 path=/path-to-page.html you can verify that it worked by using Safari's bonjour menu or on the command line with dns-sd -B _http._tcp ...
Just set Configure IPv4 : Manually Yosemite just set user password and best shared for Windows7 or Windows8.
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