• Category: Apple, OS X Server

      On the server, go to the Time Machine menu item and select enter Time Machine. This will mount your Time Machine disk image automatically. [...]

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  • This command will recursively remove ACL's from your files. chmod -RN /path/to/directory

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  • Category: Apple, OS X Server

    If while connected to your server over VPN, you are unable to resolve web addresses. It could be due to not having DNS servers properly [...]

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  • Category: Apple, OS X Server

    Enter the following in to the command line, follow each line with the return key: […]

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  • Category: Apple, OS X Server

    Having issues with users authenticating to OS X Server, your may need to reset the password server: sudo killall PasswordService

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  • Category: Apple, OS X Server

    Greylisting: sudo serveradmin settings mail:postfix:greylist_disable = no   Whitelisting: sudo serveradmin settings mail:postfix:add_whitelist_domain = 'domain1.com,domain2.com,etc'

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  • Category: Apple, OS X Server

    OSX 10.8 Once you’ve installed MySQL, you’ll need to establish the “root” password. Using terminal enter the following: […]

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  • Category: Apple, OS X Server

    Here are some commands for the OS X Mail server you may find useful:Show mail queue: This command flushes the mail queue: To re-queue the [...]

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