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How to Downgrade iOS 4 or iOS 4.0.1 iPhone iPod touch to iOS 3.1.3(Mac) | CutViews - Ap... - 0 views

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    If you want to go back to iPhone 3.1.3 / 3.1.2 or Downgrade iOS 4, iOS 4.0.1 iPhone iPod touch to 3.1.3 / 3.1.2 the following step by step guide will help you downgrade to 3.1.3 / 3.1.2 . you have need to saved SHSH blobs, old firmwares 3.1.3 or 3.1.2.
shah shazwaz

How to Downgrade iOS 4, iOS 4.0.1 iPhone iPod touch to iOS 3.1.3(Windows) | CutViews - ... - 0 views

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    If You want to go back to iPhone 3.1.3 / 3.1.2 Downgrade iOS 4, iOS 4.0.1 iPhone iPod touch to 3.1.3 / 3.1.2 the following step by step guide will help you downgrade to 3.1.3 / 3.1.2 . you have need to saved SHSH blobs, old firmwares 3.1.3 or 3.1.2.
Jeff Johnson

Image cleanup script « Managing OS X - 0 views

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    Here's a cleaned-up version of the script I use, with site-specific stuff removed for the most part. If you use this, you'll need to modify the paths to any local user home directories for any local users you have on your image. There are generic examples for a local admin user named "admin" and the root user (which if you never login as root, you shouldn't have to clean up!)
Jeff Johnson

Randomizing the Mac OS X Software Update Server | Krypted - 0 views

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    I've had a few instances where there was no way to setup round robin DNS or a load balancer and we were looking to alternate between a bunch of software update servers.  In order to do so, I've written a quick shell script to do so.  Here it is, in pieces, so it makes sense.
Jeff Johnson

Quick tour of Administering Wiki Server - 0 views

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    Mac OS X Server makes it easy for groups to collaborate and communicate through their own Wiki powered internet website. See how easy it is to administer a wiki
Jeff Johnson

TidBITS Macs & Mac OS X: Going Deep Inside Xserve Apple Drive Modules - 0 views

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    About a year ago, we bought an Intel-based Xserve with a pair of 80 GB SATA drives to act as our primary Web server. When the boot drive went flaky on us in October 2008, we were able to recover from the backup on the second drive and off-site backups, if a little shakily (see "TidBITS Outage Causes Editors Outrage", 2008-10-07). But although we were able to bring the machine back online, we didn't trust the drive that had failed. Since the Xserve has three drive bays, the obvious solution was to purchase another drive. Sounds simple, doesn't it? Not so much.
yc c

buzz.opml - 0 views

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    The goal is to enable the editing, publishing and sharing of OPML files across the Web, MS Windows desktop, Linux Desktop, Palm OS and Windows CE. We are setting up a system that allows a group to use, download, and upload OPML over a collaborative web server
yc c

Server2Go - portable server - 0 views

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    Allows you to install an apache webserver right on to your flash drive with no configuration.
Jeff Johnson

MacEnterprise‎ - 0 views

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    The MacEnterprise project is a community of IT professionals sharing information and solutions to support Macs in an enterprise. We collaborate on the deployment, management, and integration of Mac OS X client and server computers into multi-platform computing environments. We welcome your participation through suggestions, comments or contributions.
Jeff Johnson

http://www.afp548.com/filemgmt_data/files/Leopard Server Quickstart Guide.pdf - 0 views

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    Leopard Server Quickstart Guide by Corey Cason (Apple)
Jeff Johnson

Macintosh Utilities and Scripts - 0 views

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    I have created a Google mailing list to send out announcements about updates. From now on this will be the only email list that I will use to send out update announcements. If you want to be notified about updates, make sure your name is on the list. The website to add your email to the list is: http://groups.google.com/group/marksutilties
Jeff Johnson

Passenger: The Mac Server Account Creation Utility - 0 views

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    The Mac server account creation, permissions setting, and password generation tool * Got Users? * Lots of them? * Get them into your server the Mac way!
thanaads Thanaads Noo

Apple computers fighting security problems | All Apple News - 0 views

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    For many years Apple Computers has been pretty resilient and safe from viruses and security issues. But recently the folks at Apple have had to deal with the Kamainsky DNS flaw that also affects other types of computers, and in patching the DNS issue Apple has went ahead and proactively addressed a number of other possible security flaws.
Jeff Johnson

Creating Automator Actions for Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) - 0 views

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    Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) 3 is the latest release of Apple's desktop management software, enabling administrators to distribute software, manage assets, and remotely administer Mac OS X systems via a network. ARD 3 takes advantage of innovative technologies in Mac OS X Tiger such as Automator. Automator is built on the concept of actions - discrete tasks such as opening a file, cropping an image, or sending a message. With Automator users can string together a series of actions into a single Automator workflow document. Much like a script, a workflow document can be executed, triggering each action and passing any data generated by the action to the next action in the workflow. Using the Automator actions installed with ARD and custom actions you create, you can develop workflows to automate repetitive system administration tasks. For example, workflows can distribute software, create detailed software and hardware reports, and remotely configure systems using ARD.
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