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comment Windows Server 08 R2 file share File locking, OSX clients
I'm not sure if this is the issue or two separate issues but I found on Mountain Lion that MDWorker seems to be locking .DS_Store files within new or worked on directories. The users tend to copy in a template tree of directories when they start a new project, you can see MDWorker working away in the folders as soon as you drop them in and while it's working on one you can't move it or the ones above it.
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comment Windows Server 08 R2 file share File locking, OSX clients
Will do, thanks
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comment Mac OSX 10.6 leaves open files on Windows Server
I seriously surprised this issue isn't getting more attention, I guess the problem is going by different names, I thought it was a permissions issue for so long.
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asked Windows Server 08 R2 file share File locking, OSX clients
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answered Odd permissions issues on Windows Server 2008 R2 with Macs OS 10.6/.7/.8
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comment Odd permissions issues on Windows Server 2008 R2 with Macs OS 10.6/.7/.8
I looked into it, it's not an option, thanks.
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comment Odd permissions issues on Windows Server 2008 R2 with Macs OS 10.6/.7/.8
That's what I'm doing at the moment, it's good advice thanks.
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comment In a large Linux only network how would you handle Authentication and User management?
"if you didn't have to deal with Windows hosts" Thanks anyway Ryan. I was really wondering if there was a better linux native way of managing at least the accounts and security.
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comment In a large Linux only network how would you handle Authentication and User management?
It wasn't the answer, I was looking for a more practical, what hardware and software would you use answer.
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comment In a large Linux only network how would you handle Authentication and User management?
I'm really surprised that the 'nix world didn't have a comprehensive solution before Microsoft, that Ubuntu don't handle corporate environments well.