Hello, On two machines now, after upgrading to Mavericks from 10.7.8, I
now have two Active Directory "Network Home" Dock items. They both work,
but there are two; does anyone know why this is or how to remove one of
them? All of our machines are joi...
hello, i'm running 10.8.3 and my active directory binding has been
working fine; a few days ago, i noticed that my active directory groups
are not showing when i run, "id" from the command line. i also noticed
that i am getting this message, "network...
Hello, I'm looking for the best way to keep the SelfService Dock item on
the Dock; I currently have a policy (once per computer) that will put
the icon on the Dock, but it's not the best solution- there could be
multiple users, and a once per user po...
Hello, I've come across a couple of ways to set a single (ex.
time.apple.com) NTP server, however I need to set two servers- one for
the internal network (a Domain Controller) and a secondary for when
users are off of the network (time.apple.com). I'...
Hello, Since 10.8 seems to have this setting disabled by default, and
we'd like for our users to see the drives we're mapping on their
desktop- does anyone know of a way to enable this settings (show
connected servers) via a policy? Thank you.
thanks for the reply. according to this article, i don't think that's
"Machine account passwords as such do not expire in Active Directory.
They are exempted from the domain's passwor...
all, thanks for all of the replies! i am using the script below, and it
seems to be working for us. thanks again! vincent #!/bin/sh #Primary
Time server for Company MacsTimeServer1=DC1.company.com#Secondary Time
server for Company MacsTimeServer2=DC2...