[EN] Apple Support : Xsan 2.1.1: Script to reboot Intel-based Xserve MDCs after failover

View the script to reboot Intel-based Xserve MDCs after failover.

 

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[EN] Apple Support : Resolve issues with AirPlay and AirPlay Mirroring from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

Use these steps if:

The AirPlay icon doesn't appear on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
There are performance issues while using AirPlay or AirPlay Mirroring.

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[EN] Apple Support : Open Directory: Enabling SSL for Open Directory with Replicas

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) can be enabled to provide encrypted communications between an Open Directory Master, Replica, and the computers that access the LDAP directory domain. SSL uses a digital certificate to provide a certified identity for the servers. You can use a self-signed certificate or a certificate obtained from a certificate authority.

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[EN] Apple Support : Resolve issues with AirPlay and AirPlay Mirroring from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

Use these steps if:

The AirPlay icon doesn’t appear on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
There are performance issues while using AirPlay or AirPlay Mirroring.

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[EN] Apple Support : If your Mac is lost or stolen

If you lose your Mac or think it might be stolen, these steps might help you locate it and protect your data.

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[EN] Apple Support : Contact Apple for support and service

See a list of Apple phone numbers around the world.

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[EN] Apple Support : OS X Lion v10.7.3: User account passwords appear in log files for Legacy FileVault, and/or network home directories

In OS X Lion v10.7.3, user account passwords for Legacy FileVault and/or home folders mounted via NFS, AFP, or SMB are stored as plain text in log files.
System backups and syslog servers may also have the user account passwords stored as plain text.
Note: Time Machine backups are not affected—Time Machine does not back up the log files in which user account passwords are stored in plain text.

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