Jan 27, 2016 7:11 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by akaxlm, akaxlm Feb 4, 2016 11:32 AM in response to Browneye9999 Level 1 (0 points) Feb 4, About Samuel KeeleySamuel Keeley can frequently be found in ##osx-server on Freenode, or on Twitter @keeleysam.Mail | Web | Twitter | More Posts (20) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens I have trashed and rebuilt client preferences: com.apple.iChat.AIM.plist, com.apple.iChat.Jabber.plist, as per some googled suggestions. The most recent distribution of the PostgreSQL sever is 9.6.1.
Reply Quote mweber-nyc Show this Post 2016-11-05 at 02:59 #4 mweber-nyc The Apple OS X Server program has embedded in it a whole set of software including the PostgreSQL database program. But smb seems not to be active at all. Turn off SMB and the Finder Side Bar method works fine for AFP shares again. See all questions on this article See all questions I have asked Still need help?
Reply Greg Wardlaw says: January 28, 2015 at 5:08 pm I tried for months to fix this and this is what fixed it finally!!! if i find one ill let you know.. You'll need the target Macs IP address, the IP can be found in Network preferences on all versions of OS X (ask the local sysadmin if you're not sure of the How To Access Windows Shared Folder From Mac You can then select which protocols are used by your Mac.
It's worth mentioning a similar bug existed in prior versions of OS X connecting to SMB and NAS shares, which could be resolved with this cifs:// trick, and that bug was Based on that I am still sticking with ExtremeZIP on Windows servers because it's much faster. The server has an SSL certificate for that DNS name. https://origin-discussions-us.apple.com/thread/7433863?tstart=0 it's because using CIFS connects with SMB1 rather than the (currently) buggy implementation of SMB2. ...
I have checked both computer's IP addresses in the "Network" pane of System Preferences. How To Share Files Between Macs President could affect Apple 142 Apple CEO Tim Cook urges employees to 'move forward together' in memo on 2016 presidential election more... I did not have a clue that caps = lack of good manners. Reply Louise Bratt says: February 17, 2015 at 7:52 am My solution to the local network problem introduced by Yosemite was to check the firewall alternatives and then to allow incoming
This site is not affiliated with or endorsed by Apple Inc. Top Parkcomm PowerUser Posts: 523 Joined: 21 Sep 2012 12:58 Location: Australia Status: Offline Re: Problem with AFP/CIFS and El Capitan Quote Post #5 by Parkcomm » 22 Oct 2015 07:05 Mac There Was A Problem Connecting To The Server We have 2 iPhones, 2 iPads, 2 macs, 2 apple tvs, 1 rook etc. Smb Vs Afp That is the problem.
Save and Restart.For sake of clarity, both storage-SMB and storage-AFP will still show up on your Mac sidebar, just make sure you connect to storage-AFP. When troubleshooting a connection issue, you can ping the IP address of the other computer usingNetwork Utility. To learn how to use Time Machine read Use Time Machine to back up or restore your Mac.Despite their manufacturers' insistence to the contrary, there are no non-Apple NAS devices that A simple and fast interface that a beginner can manage, a knowledge base far beyond what Apple ever managed to do, functions you could dream for in a Apple server, everything Mac Connect To Server Smb
I disabled (unchecked) iOS, WebDAV, Guest users, Only allow encrypted connections, and Home directories over xx. Then do the same on the other machin, and test. OS X Mavericks also includes support for NFS v3 and v4, which are commonly used on Linux and Oracle's Solaris for automounting file shares. For folks having trouble with OS X native, or just wanting to stay away from server-side solutions, we've still a very strong offerings that are widely used.
Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website « Found Someones iPhone? Smbup For example, see this article for Windows 8 information: "Turn sharing on and off" in Windows 8 or Windows RT. Mar 2, 2016 2:46 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by White Dragon, White Dragon Apr 24, 2016 8:52 PM in response to Browneye9999 Level 1 (8 points)
If you are connecting to a Windows SMB resource, check to see if your firewall is blocking TCP ports 137, 138, 139 and 445. Oh, while I am at it, does anybody know why if you have SMB and AFP enabled on the file serving side of things you can connect to the server using How can I remove these? Access To Your Account On The Server Has Been Denied To connect to a file server directly, use the Connect To Server feature of the Finder.
I was able to ping the router though and the devices that were wired on the network leading me to believe there was a problem with wifi. Do not leave it blank and enter a name different than CIFS/SMB netbios name. Then re-enable AFP sharing on the target, and see it come back on the source. Windows computers and Macs can then see your computer on the local network.
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