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Tue Oct 05, 2010 8:55 am

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I have a magic triangle config w/Snow Leopard Server, Win2k8

I want my mac clients to use an AFP network home directory on my Xserve. I want this location to be located in the AD user's home folder location. Windows doesn't like it unless I enable SMB on the xserve file share (since I'm not running an AFP driver on Windows). But even with that covered, when I bind to AD on a Mac and attempt to sign in as an AD user, The mac fails to sign on, alerting me that there was a problem signing on (very not-descriptive).

Any idea how to specify an AFP home folder on an Xserve in Active Directory that will map correctly on a Mac?

Thanks,

David



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