|Apr 15, 2009, 12:48 AM||#1|
OS X 10.5 Server hidden accounts
When I worked with 10.4 Server I could easily change permissions through the Server Admin Tools. All users, including those connected to services (example: www) showed up there. Since I changed to 10.5 I've been forced to do it through the Terminal instead, because those accounts no longer show up in the tools.
Is there a way to show all accounts in Server Admin for easy permission changing for the accounts that are automatically created by the system (not talking about the accounts that I create myself) or is the Terminal the only away in 10.5 Server?
Last edited by jugge; Apr 15, 2009 at 12:50 AM. Reason: topic more specific
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