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After the disappointment that I cant manage the servers running the previous versions of OSX server from my upgraded desktop. I upgraded my office server to 10.10 Yosemite with OSX Server 4.0 I am still not able to connect. I can remote desktop into the server without a problem (both are on the same LAN with the server on .local). But the Server app is not able to connect. Actions taken so far: Update software on desktop to 10.10 and Server 4.0 Update software on server to 10.10 and Server 4.0 Verified connection by pinging IP and .local Verified to connect to the drive and screen sharing via local network Rebooted router + switch Rebooted desktop + server If you manage OSX servers for clients, keep a system on 10.9 around so you can still keep your business running. Upgrading the server needs to be done on site with display, keyboard and mouse connected. Does any one else experience the problem of not being able to connect to the server despite being up-to-date on both sides?
MacCast posted a topic in Hardware StuffI had someone ask me recently about this and I was wondering if anyone here had any experience doing this. Basically they want to install OS X Lion on an external volume and use it as the boot OS drive for two different Macs (one at home and one at work). In theory I would think this would work just fine, but the question is are there any unforeseen issues in doing this? The two I can think of are: Differences in hardware, specifically OS X firmware that might be specific to one model vs. the other Hardware drivers. Similar to item #1. If there are default drives needed for one Mac that were;t installed because the OS was tailored for the other Mac. Hope this makes sense.