Hi all, I updated my iMac to Sierra 10.12; so far everything seemed OK, even my own programs. BUT ... my remote connections (via AFP) to my other machines fail since then. It appears that the directory /Volumes which looked formerly (I think over many years): drwxrwxrwx@ owner=root, group=admin suddenly looks: drwxr-xr-x@ owner=root, group=wheel So, without a chmod I can't put mount points in there. Of course I could sit somewhere else and mount my remote systems on a directory in there, but some of my programs conform to the standard that all mounts are in /Volumes. Does anybody know if the change in 10.12 is a measure against some security problem? Should I just change the mode of /Volumes back to drwxrwxrwx? Or should I make my own? Need some advice. Thanks for reading this and thinking it over. ;JOOP!