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Nov 30, 2006

I'm running server 10.4.8, how do I authenticate NT domain users on this? I tried to set the server to be a Backup Domain Controller, but then it wants Open Directory to be in replica mode. The problem there is that it needs an Open Directory server to replicate.

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Mac OS X Lion Server :: VPN Stopped Authenticating In Lion Server?

May 7, 2012

Over the weekend the VPN just stopped authenticating. When I tried again and watched the console logs, this is what I get. 

5/7/12 3:10:37.273 PM racoon: Connecting.
5/7/12 3:10:37.273 PM racoon: IPSec Phase1 started (Initiated by peer).
5/7/12 3:10:37.274 PM racoon: IKE Packet: receive success. (Responder, Main-Mode message 1).
5/7/12 3:10:37.274 PM racoon: IKE Packet: transmit success. (Responder, Main-Mode message 2).
5/7/12 3:10:37.631 PM racoon: IKE Packet: receive success. (Responder, Main-Mode message 3).

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Feb 13, 2012

Today when we started trying to add users to our server (we use it only for afp access at this time), we noticed that new users belonging to a group "storage" were unable to login from client machines via afp (clients both 10.7.2 and 10.6.8).  

When we tried editing the users accounts to change which groups they belonged to, it would appear in workgroup (and server preferences) that the changes would take but there was still no access. 

As a test case, we modified an existing user who had no issues logging in to belong to a diffenent group and have different sharepoint access. The changes looked good in workgroup and server prefs, but when the user logged in, he was only able to acces his old sharepoint and not the new one (and since his permissions to the old were removed, he shouldn't have access to that sharepoint). 

Also, for some reason users cannot be deleted within workgroup manager any more. The login used was the diradmin account.

Info:
Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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Dec 21, 2006

on setting up an OD master to accept kerberos from a AD domain and I can't get AFP to work.

What I've done:

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2. Destroyed the OD Kerberos realm
3. Ran sudo dsconfigad -enableSSO

When I log into a client that is bond to both AD and OD and try to access a SMB share on the AD side it works. When I try to access a SMB share on the OD master it work. When I try to access a AFP share on the OD Master it fails with the error " The user Authentication Method required by this server can't be found". Now I think this error is because I'm forcing Kerberos authentication, if I change AFP setting to any method authentication I get promoted with the AFP login window, I enter my AD account information and I'm able to mount the share.

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Jun 23, 2012

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Apr 11, 2012

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When setting up the certificate would i set the dNSName to  domainname.com or to server.domainname.com 

My mail server host name is set to server.domainname.com so i would assume this is the correct one, but emails are addressed to name@domainname.com so

I want to be sure i am setting this correctly before i generate the csr

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Domain Without 'www' Does Not Open?

Apr 13, 2012

I've registered a domain and it works wine when anyone enters www.mydomain.com. However when I type the domain name without 'www', I get the following:Network Error (tcp_error) A communication error occurred: "Operation timed out" The Web Server may be down, too busy, or experiencing other problems preventing it from responding to requests. You may wish to try again at a later time. For assistance, contact the IS Support Center.  

Info:
 iMac G5 PPC,  Mini Server,  MBP  TV, Mac OS X (10.6.4), iPad2, iPhone, AppleTV

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May 16, 2012

Here again dealing with how OS X deals with .local domains I think.Was previously bound and all was working fine.Have just updated to 10.7.4 When trying to login using the "Other User" the button stays red and says Network accounts unavailable.I can ping domain server by name and IP.Permissions have been rebuilt.

Have rebound. Had a problem at first unbinding inside the Open Directory Utility as it said it could not connect with the domain and an unused account would be left if a forced unbind was done. Tried again by using the minus button instead of the Unbind button and it worked without any message.

So then binded to the domain and all looked good. Green button next to Network Account Server in the Users and Groups.

Info:iMac (27-inch Mid 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3), VM Ware with XP Pro

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Mar 10, 2012

Normally, you can create a DNS record that points to the zone itself, e.g.: 

@   10800 IN A    196.197.200.201 

How do you accomplish that on a Mac OSX Lion Server? The DNS requires you to enter a hostname and it does not accept "@" as the hostname as it normally appears in the zone file. (manually modifying the host file does not work - I tried that ;-) ) 

Info:
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Mar 17, 2012

I recently purchased a new MacBook pro with Mac OS X, I updated the OS to the latest release which is 10.7.3. I need to join (bind) a MS Windows server 2008 Domain, but when I try to bind I get below error:

Unable to add server.

The daemon encountered an error processing request (10002)

I searched the internet for a solution; most suggestions refer to sync the clock with the domain clock as Kerberos protocol is unable to authenticate. I cannot find a option to sync the clock with the domain clock, how I do that?

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Info:MacBookPro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Aug 19, 2010

I looked for a introduction forum but couldn't see one so hello guys and gals. Great forum you've got here..Right my issue is as follows.I have a new iMac Pro on snow leopard 10.6.4 and it is linked to a Windows SBS server 2007 but i don't think i've done it properly.When i switch the machine on all i get on boot up is 1 local user Sometimes i can leave it and it will offer me the 'Other' option which i can then login to the server But most times it doesn't to that... I have to logon as that local user and then unbind the windows domain and rebind it then when i logoff it shows me the 'Other' user Also another thing thats annoying is it doesn't map anything automatically i have had to create a alias icon on my desktop to go to my server space and it can take up to a minute to connect to the server..

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Feb 14, 2012

I have been unable to find any references on how to best automate certain "tasks" in Lion so that I can do the following: 

create predefined DNS names based upon the clients domain name
create predefnined web address based upon the just created DNS 

For example.... We have the customer "Sammy's Flower Garden" and his domain is "sammysflowergarden.com". At the command line, I would type:

$ clientsetup sammysflowergarden.com This would then create a base folder structure (this part has already been written)ClientDomains     -     S          -     sammysflowergarden.com               -     production               -     staging               -     archive               -     design                    -     template     

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From what I have read, alot of modifications outside of the Lion serveradmin tooling can result in some rather unusual if not nasty behaviour. If this is true, then I would assume that I could not just write out to a file in /var/named/ and have it automaticly picked up by the server? The same for the apache instance? I still want to be able to use the GUI interface when needed.  

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Mar 23, 2012

I have MAC OS X 10.7.3 After joined to Windows Domain 2008 R2 and reboot system - i have not items, where is i must enter domain credentials.But, if i login as local user, and logoff - i have item for entering domain credentials.Why this item not show me after restart? How i can fixed it?

Info:
Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Mar 23, 2012

I'm trying to setup a Lion Server as an internet server - not as a web server - I need access to a different port.When I use the Server UI to go to Web, I can select to edit my domain name but then in the edit window, the Domain Name field is blank, and I can't change anything such as the port, SSL Cert, etc.As best I can tell, I have the DNS setup but I'm not sure I've done it correctly. I can add a second domain name and can edit the details for that. I'd hoped I could delete the first one or swap them but no luck.I can't access the domain name from outside the LAN but it may have just not propagated yet. I can access the IP address and do see the default home page.

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Mar 15, 2012

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Info:
Lion Server, Mac OS X (10.7.3), profile manager / ical server / ios

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Feb 19, 2012

I have a server in our DMZ that connects to Active Directory LDAP server (non-ssl over 389) but no objects actually show up in the directory editor. I get a green light in my Network Account Server, but queries against LDAP return no results. My end goal is to be able to dictate to Profile Manager what LDAP groups are allowed to enroll devices. I tested on our internal network on a test server and get the same results. Anyone have any luck connecting a Lion Server to LDAP and actually being able to view and utilize users and groups?

Info:
Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.7.3), Server

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Feb 2, 2012

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They still need access to terminal. I don't want them to be able to boot into the recovery partition or terminal to get super user rights (thus changing passwords or adding/deleting users). I have restricted their rights to access "Users & Groups" through OD Policies but that's about all I have done.

Info:
Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.2), Server

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May 10, 2012

I bought a Mac Mini Server yesterday and set it up successfully (Set OD, etc). Everything was working great until I went back and tried to create new users via the server app. As of now, it gives me the error "SEUserErrorDomain error1" and tells me that it cannot create the user. Even though it says that, it will still show up in the user list with the "blue globe" (that I believe is from OD?) but disappear the moment I drill into it and try to save anything. Workgroup Manager will allow me to create the user, but it does not show up in the user list in the server app so I cannot enable certain services for the user (i.e. assign folders for share point, etc).  

P.S. Apple tech support had me reinstall the 10.7.4 combo update - no help. They also had me use disk utility to repair permissions - no help. P.S.S. On a side note, I did install Samba 3 on the server via mac port to try and help with LDAP auth (I ended up going with pGina for my windows users), but I have no clue how to uninstall it.

Info:
Mac OS X (10.7.4), Mac OSX Lion Server

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Mar 15, 2012

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OD Master is bound to AD and i can see all the AD users and groups..the problem im facing is i cannot add AD users to OD groups under workgroup manager eveytime i add an AD user to the OD group, it shows as "NOT FOUND" and it shows aa weird ID "0433BF34-"

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May 3, 2012

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Info:
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Jun 29, 2012

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Feb 23, 2012

I have two Lion 10.7.3 servers joined to my company's AD. These servers provide SMB/AFP file services to users. They have been working successfully until a week ago when a change in AD was made. Now Windows (7 or XP, doesn't matter) clients cannot connect to the server using the DNS name, only the IP address. Mac OS X clients are not affected by this, i.e. they can use the DNS name fine. All clients are on AD too.What I observe from a Windows 7 client is, I open Windows Explorer, type \xserver in the address bar, hit enter, & it denies my connection immediately. If I do the same thing with the IP address (\10.0.1.10), it lets me in immediately.

For Windows clients, I have tried both the short DNS name as well as the FQDN, & neither work. The DNS name on the server itself is fine, verified by "changeip -checkhostname". Whatever changed in AD caused the Lion servers to start doing this because they both started exhibiting this behavior at the same time.The only info I've been able to get regarding what changed in AD from the domain admins was "We changed the UPN fromuser@domain.example.com to Firstname.Lastname@example.com", in other words, to their email address. In the system logs, here's an attempt to connect from a Windows client using the short DNS name:

Feb 20 09:24:39 xserver rpcsvchost[32619]: sandbox_init: com.apple.msrpc.netlogon.sb succeeded
Feb 20 09:24:39 xserver sandboxd[32620] ([32619]): rpcsvchost(32619) deny file-read-metadata /Library/Managed Preferences
Feb 20 09:24:39 xserver sandboxd[32620] ([32619]): rpcsvchost(32619) deny file-read-metadata /private/var/root
Feb 20 09:24:39: --- last message repeated 3 times ---
[Log] .....

Why only the DNS name doesn't work.

Info:
Xserve, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Mar 5, 2012

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