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Apple's early computers ran on a variety of operating systems, including a Pascal version and one based on CP/M, before releasing its ProDOS with the advent of its 16-bit computer. With the release of the Lisa, which had its own OS, Apple and computing entered the graphical age; it was followed by the Macintosh, which offered a series of "System" operating systems. Other Mac operating systems included PowerPC until Apple acquired NeXT and folded it into the Mac OS. Current operating systems for Apple devices are Mac OS-X and iOS.

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An office of 9 Macs. All up to date OS wise. All are joined to the domain xxxxxx.local and can log on and authenticate as domain users.

Connecting to the server to access a share  brings this message: There was a problem connecting to the server. URLs with the type "smb:" are not supported.

Only happening on one Mac. Any ideas? I've removed it and re-added it to the domain fine!!! It picks up and IP address just fine but SMB seems problematic. I had been fine for the past 10 days since I bought and installed it...

Thanks.
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I am looking for some application or script that will save the position of the icons on the Mac, in the High Sierra OS.

There were some available for earlier operating systems, but they are no longer being updated.

Thanks
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I just upgraded my exchange from 2013 to 2016
All my windows outlook clients are working just fine
My OWA is working fine
I did a test and I can telnet on port 143
pop3 and imap services are started and running

I have about 10 mac clients, and none of them work now after the upgrade. The error message is
"Unable to verify account name or password"
I did setup my account on my test mac computer, and that worked fine.

All  the other macs though are not working.
I tested one account on OWA and it's working fine, so I know it's not the AD account, but something with the communication between the mac client and exchange
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My iMac hard drive started clicking and the I Mac wouldn't boot. Removed HDD and put it into a "dock" making it an external USB drive.  Connected it to my MacBook Air and it eventually mounted.  Started copying files to a windows 7 PC acting as a server.  Copy process is extremely slow!!  Three days later, Microsoft decides its more important to restart that computer than whatever else i had it doing.  

Meanwhile, I had replaced the hard drive in the iMac and installed MacOS on it   So I moved the external drive to the iMac, intending to "restore" the files directly to the iMac.  

When I connect the external HDD to the iMac, I get NOTHIN. Reconnect to the MacBook and it discovers and mounts it.  Reconnect to the iMac - nada.  Repeat, same results.  

Checked USB ports - they work fine.

In Finder, I check-marked the option to show external drives on the desktop - still no joy.

Why would this happen?

Anyone?   Anyone?   Beuler?
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I have a  MacBook Pro Running Serra 10.12.6.  My Email message panel will not open.
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Good morning all.

I have a client that has an onsite Exchange 2013 Server running CU18 on a Server 2012 R2 fully parched server.

The server has been in production for over two years and has been very stable. The environment is a mix of Windows and Mac, but mostly mac users.

Email Clients used:
Windows: Outlook
MAC: Mac Mail and Calendar.app

This has been working fine for the past couple of years until recently.

Some users are reporting that they are unable to add calendars to which they have access to.

Issue 1: When adding a delegate, the Directory Search doesn't work and the users cant be found

Issue 2: If the user is found, the user is added but is greyed out and cant be enabled
Even previously added and working users are now greyed out.

The above issue will happen with users calendars with all different permissions. So a calendar that only has Read access will be greyed out, as well as a calendar where the user has full permissions.

Strange FYI:
If I add the user account to a Mac connected to the internet network, the issues above are persistent.
If I add the same account to my MAC in a remote office, then I can add any calendar and they all show up correctly  and function as they should.

Things I have checked:

Internal network works perfectly fine and no recent changes have been made.
Autdiscover resolves internally and points to the internal exchange server's IP

External access and Autodiscover can be resolved. MS …
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Hello
i am not able to debug my xamarin.ios project using iphone simulator on mac using Visual Studio Community for MAC
i am sure i was able to debug  perfectly without any issues.
but now i am getting below error:
"cannot execute ".../myproj/bin/iphonesimulator/debug/myapp.exe"

i am able to run app on iphonesimulator without any issues
( run -->start without debugging).

But i need to debug my app ( run--> start debugging) to debug my code.
i am using :
Apple Developer Tools
Xcode 8.3.3 (12175.1)
Build 8E3004b

Xamarin.iOS
Version: 11.4.0.93 (Visual Studio Community)
Hash: 1b460cb9
Branch: d15-5
Build date: 2017-10-13 18:49:56-0400

Xamarin.Mac
Version: 4.0.0.93 (Visual Studio Community)

Xamarin.Android
Not Installed

Xamarin Inspector
Version: 1.3.2
Hash: 461f09a
Branch: 1.3-release
Build date: Tue, 03 Oct 2017 18:26:57 GMT
Client compatibility: 1



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Apple OS

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Apple's early computers ran on a variety of operating systems, including a Pascal version and one based on CP/M, before releasing its ProDOS with the advent of its 16-bit computer. With the release of the Lisa, which had its own OS, Apple and computing entered the graphical age; it was followed by the Macintosh, which offered a series of "System" operating systems. Other Mac operating systems included PowerPC until Apple acquired NeXT and folded it into the Mac OS. Current operating systems for Apple devices are Mac OS-X and iOS.