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Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Workgroup Manager - Unable To Create Home Folder 10.6 / Resolve This?


My colleague and i are running 10.6 workgroup manager on a 10.5 server. My copy of workgroup manager is running fine, and I'm able to create accounts, set home folders etc. However, my collegue's copy keeps crashing whenever he trys to set up a home folder for a new client.

Has anyone come across this yet? Any ideas?

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MacBook Pro
Mac OS X (10.6)
10.5.7 Server, 185 clients and counting......


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