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El Capitan Server – Advanced Services / Upgrade 5.17 to 5.2 and macOS
« on: December 14, 2016, 03:48:07 PM »
Hi Reid,
I finally managed to register... would have guessed..
I would like your opinion. I have a mini 2011 Server with El capitan and 5.17 Server running.
I run also Filemaker Server 15 with Reverse proxy and Zulu Calendar (a filemaker iCal Implementation) on the thing. It does filesharing, OD, DNS, Profile manager.
Whenever I change something I takes me a lot of time and right now everything is working just fine.
Is it worth to upgrade the machine to macOS Sierra and Server 5.2?..
Normally Serverdeployments are more conservative I think.

I use RAID and this comes working out of the box again I hear (I used the terminal commands) .
Anyway.. I really like your books and have reread them many times and used for cosulting.
I run a Cosmetics company with 15 employes and 5+ accessing the server.
When do we  see "Sierra Server, whats new"  or similar?

Hi Reid,
I finally managed to log into yours forum. The letters are inteligable and nobody nows this 42 joke even IF one has read the book..
I recently tried to fiddle around with Amazon webservices.
I run a El Cap server for a 5 person manufacturing team since 5 years. We have 4 Mini2013 and on 10.7 mini late 09 which I never managed to bind properly.. I just gave up and typed in all by hand.
The OD is also read by our filemaker server for login and the RADIUS for wifi.
I was thinking of putting our filemakerserver on an AWS share (newest hardware, 99,99 uptime, no Wind Server 12 cost....
But I would rather not have ACtivedirectory of the win12 server take over my OD installation. Is there a way the Amazon EC2 instance could read my OD share?
If you have any ideas I help would be appreciated.

Sorry my ranting.. I looove you books.. but your forum login is just .....

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