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Apple addresses XSan, Lion RAID upgrading issues

03/19, 11:50pm

Also posts two new how-to articles

Apple has posted several new articles in its support database, including two that address specific issues. One deals with upgrading to Lion from Snow Leopard from a RAID volume, while the other explains some unexpected XSan Admin behavior when inconsistent or missing-name server records are used. XSan users also got a tutorial on advanced mounting options, while a fourth deals with restoring Lion Server from a Time Machine backup.

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Lion Server issues addressed in technotes

11/11, 12:40am

Deals with certificate, authorization issues

Apple has posted two new technotes outlining solutions to issues users have encountered in Lion Server, the separate server version of Mac OS X 10.7. The first deals with users who cannot view podcasts if the server certificate isn't trusted, while the second offers a fix to allow administrators to access all volumes and shared folders over SMB. Both were posted to Apple's technical support site late Thursday.

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Apple details Lion upgrade process for business, education

06/18, 11:50am

Lion in biz, school supports mass deployment

Apple handled a longstanding question of how Mac OS X Lion's download-only nature would translate to large-scale licenses for business and education on Friday with a document (below) explaining the strategy. The company will give business users bulk licenses at the same $30 price with at least 20 users. Schools will have to pay for a $39 Apple Software Collection bundle in batches of 25 but will get both iLife and iWork in the pack.

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Apple planning to drop Xsan, Final Cut Server?

01/17, 1:35pm

Lion could hold last Server release for Mac OS X

Apple may be ready to discontinue both Xsan and Final Cut Server, "reliable" sources are quoted as saying. Although the company has, allegedly, yet to make a final decision, Hardmac also suggests that based on its information, there is little chance of Apple changing its mind. It may in fact be preparing to drop Mac OS X Server, though this would only be after a release for Mac OS X Lion, according to claims.

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