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Lesson 8. Using File Services > Troubleshooting File Services

Troubleshooting File Services

Whether AFS, SMB, NFS, or FTP, troubleshooting file services on Mac OS X Server typically involves the following considerations:

  • User access: What users or groups should have access to the specific files and folders on the server, and are their appropriate permissions set correctly?

  • Platform and protocol access: From what clients are users trying to access the server, such as Mac OS X, Mac OS 9, Windows, or Linux systems? What protocols are they using when accessing the server?

  • Special needs: Are there any special circumstances, such as users' needing concurrent access to files or access to files in a nonnative format to the system they are using?


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