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Use a mix of the action ID (the name won't work, but every action has its own ID) and the url action. It will look like this: launchpro://?url=[action:170] To find the ID, edit an action and scroll to the bottom, you'll find the action there by the edge of the screen.


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This is the so called "rootless" mode in the new version of OS X. It effectively makes certain system directories read-only (even for admins). "/usr" is one of those protected directories (the only subdirectory that is excluded from this rule is "/usr/local") One can disable this rootless mode with the following commands: $ sudo nvram ...


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As far as I can tell from reading the documentation this setting for UNC paths in Directory Utility only works for using a UNC path from Active Directory to mount your network home directory. It doesn't provide general UNC support. :-(



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