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comment How to get around OS X Lion Server SMB “safe save”?
True, however it did not work very well. Yosemite seems to have finally fixed all issues, but only time will tell.
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accepted Mavericks OS X Server - Profile Manager - Do Profile Manager ports have to be mapped on the Router for full functionality?
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comment Mavericks OS X Server - Profile Manager - Do Profile Manager ports have to be mapped on the Router for full functionality?
Hmmm... even if the server.private has access to the internet, but just passthrough a router? I'm looking for best of both worlds.
Jun
9
comment Server is able to receive mail, but mail it sends never get to destination?
telnet: connect to address 5.x.x.x: Operation timed out telnet: Unable to connect to remote host I'm able to connect to apache http server just fine. I think my ISP is blocking port 25!
Jun
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comment What is the best way to “publish” an intranet wiki on an external hosting solution
Not using MediaWiki but dumping HTML to linked files is a good idea!
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accepted What is the best way to “publish” an intranet wiki on an external hosting solution
Jun
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comment TXT record for a server behind a router?
Going to easydns.com they offer DNS hosting and a mailout server. Works great!
Jun
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accepted TXT record for a server behind a router?
Jun
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comment Mavericks OS X Server - Profile Manager - Do Profile Manager ports have to be mapped on the Router for full functionality?
My domain is server.private so from what I understand, once I enroll the device on my private network I don't need any ports to be mapped to control, upload apps or otherwise wipe it?
Jun
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asked OS X Server - How do I clone or transfer users from an Open Directory I'm planning to disband, to another server?
Jun
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revised Mavericks OS X Server - Profile Manager - Do Profile Manager ports have to be mapped on the Router for full functionality?
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asked Mavericks OS X Server - Profile Manager - Do Profile Manager ports have to be mapped on the Router for full functionality?
Mar
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comment OS X Server Profile Manager 3.1 (Mavericks) - Enrolling fails at “Installing certificate”
Just did a clean install with 10.9.2 and OS X Server 3.1.1 and devices enroll just fine... It seems the problem is so obscure I have no idea what it is or how to fix it. I will have to figure out how to transfer everything and keep the new install.
Mar
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comment OS X Server Profile Manager 3.1 (Mavericks) - Enrolling fails at “Installing certificate”
They are in the same network lan as the server and they have a functioning gateway (profile manager ports open, all the works) to the internet. PS. Tried removing and adding... same deal.
Mar
25
comment OS X Server Profile Manager 3.1 (Mavericks) - Enrolling fails at “Installing certificate”
Disabled Find my iPhone, same issue. Tried enrolling my iPhone, iPad 3 and iPad mini. All fail to install. OS X Mavericks enrollement works correctly, essentially no iOS device enrolls... even tried a full restore of my iPad, no avail... there must be something wrong with the server install... but why does OS X enrollment work?
Mar
25
comment OS X Server Profile Manager 3.1 (Mavericks) - Enrolling fails at “Installing certificate”
Well... the server is in front of me... I just visit the profilemanager page, log on and download the trust profile which installs ok and then the enroll profile, which produces an error. The thing is my OS X laptop enrolls just fine using the same page and the same procedure. Do I need to disable iCloud - Find my iPhone?
Mar
25
comment OSX Server 3, Mac clients binding to OD and Profile Manager failing
Reading more into your post... your double nat is the problem... the airport mapping wan network (192.168.2.x) OD ports to lan network (10.0.1.x) with the server ip you have AND is the second router(the one with the internet connection) wan network(internet ip) mapping the corrent ports to your inside router ip? To get over all this try to set DMZ for your airport ip in the router with the internet connection.
Mar
25
comment OSX Server 3, Mac clients binding to OD and Profile Manager failing
Try this... go to the Directory Utility -> Services -> LDAPv3 click the pen edit button. Inside the new view... delete and recreate the configuration there.