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After upgrading to OS X Server (Mountain Lion), when selecting an AirPort base station in Server.app, this alert may appear and you may be unable to administer the base station: “An error occurred on the server while processing a command. The error occurred while processing a command of type ‘getIGDPortmaps’ in plug-in ‘servermgr_network’”
NetBoot services appear to be available on the server, but one or more client computers cannot start up from the server.
If no administrator is logged into the server running OS†X†Server (Mountain Lion), shared folders on external storage will not be available to users over any sharing protocol such as AFP or SMB. If clients have a share mounted that is on an external drive when the administrator logs out, the connection to the share will be lost.
Follow these steps to create a software RAID volume (stripe or mirror) using the two drives in your Mac mini Server (Mid 2011) and install OS X Server on it.
When using a self-signed certificate, a new certificate must be created to enroll devices with Profile Manager after changing the server’s host name.
In OS X Server (Mountain Lion), when your server is connected to an external directory system, users must be given explicit access to each service.
Yesterday, we noted that Apple’s Up-to-Date program allowing recent Mac purchasers to receive free upgrades to OS X Mountain Lion was experiencing some early hiccups, with users receiving Mac App Store redemption codes that were registering as invalid. Customer support representatives were advising users that Apple was aware of the issue and would be automatically issuing replacement codes but that the process could take up to three days. While many of these replacement codes are already coming through, users today have begun reporting that Apple is mistakenly sending out codes for the OS X Server components of Mountain Lion rather than Mountain Lion itself
The NAT service is included in OS X Server (Mountain Lion), but it is not managed by Server app.
The DHCP service is included in OS X Server (Mountain Lion), but it is not listed as a separate service in Server app.
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