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This is primarily to avoid the Adobe caches passing over the network. Good luck! Update: I let it sit while I went to bed and the progress bar moved to ~70%, so maybe the slowness was due to a bad format? First, I had only one account (lets say "account123") in europe.company.com. have a peek here

Prevention To minimize the potential of data loss, implement a comprehensive Backup and Recovery solution and use it regularly, preferably backing up everything daily. It's supposed to take about 45 minutes so I wouldn't freak out too much before that amount of time. It creates the folders in their network share home folder and all security is correct. upport.pkg (4487168 b) Jan 5 16:32:43 ool-4570b4cb OSInstaller[142]: PK will install package file://localhost/System/Installation/Pa ... https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3922452?start=0&tstart=0

According to the log, the machine can't read the BaseSysteem.pkg from the DVD travisridesbikes Joined: Jul 26, 2010 Messages: 12 Jul 10, 2011 at 8:42 PM #10 travisridesbikes Joined: Jul Which Mac OS has this worked on before? Posted: 10/17/14 at 12:40 PM by anderb54 Well, unfortunately upgrading to Yosemite didn't solve this issue either.

Jan 5 16:33:20 ool-4570b4cb OSInstaller[142]: Checking extended attributes file. Most shares are set up similar to what is described in TechNote http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc736916(v=ws.10).aspx If you have a choice, I would suggest preventing normal users from modifying ACLs. Focus returns to the Installer. It is every network user.

Click the Repair Disk Permissions button on the First Aid tab. Posted: 6/25/15 at 10:27 PM by plawrence @jake.snyder Hi Jake Sorry for the late reply, I ran into a few issues with my previous solution, the permissions didn't seem right and I hate being broke haha can i get a usb drive ready to boot snow leopard in windows? https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/snow-leopard-install-fails-need-help.21641/ Those user home folders that I migrated over from an Xserve file server don't have this problem.

Very promising! Going Bald Moderator Joined: Aug 14, 2010 Messages: 20,943 Mobo: GA-X58A-UD7 Rev.1 BIOS F7 CPU: i7-920 Graphics: Sapphire HD5770 Mac: , , Classic Mac: Jul 8, 2011 at 12:11 AM #3 For most users, this will be the volume Macintosh HD, as highlighted in the following screen shot. 2.2. While generally rare, bad sectors can develop on a hard drive at any time.

  1. Thanks so much.
  2. Likewise, data saved on an area of the hard drive that develops bad sectors will be irretrievably corrupted and unrecoverable.
  3. Just cant seem to connect the dots.

It's saying "Writing zeros to disk. http://www.brighthub.com/computing/mac-platform/articles/2309.aspx From the Menu bar, choose Edit>Select All. 3. A cache is where OS X stores data it needs to access often (such as extensions and icons). Grind, grind, grind, grind, pause.

omator.pkg (26067968 b) Jan 5 16:32:44 ool-4570b4cb OSInstaller[142]: PK will install package file://localhost/System/Installation/Pa ... navigate here Data in bad sectors is generally considered irretrievably corrupted. Not very good solution when you have 100s or 1,000s of users however. To fix, I run the following line against the account, replacing USERNAME with the affected user, while they are logged out. /System/Library/CoreServices/ManagedClient.app/Contents/Resources/createmobileaccount -n USERNAME -v Run as root if using ARD.I

Otherwise: 1. Storing data in cache makes your Mac run faster because it can obtain the data it needs quickly. Thanks again. http://arnoldtechweb.com/failed-to/failed-to-enumerate-dcs-by-using-the-browser-netdiag.html Import-Module ActiveDirectory $id = "1234" #copy user template to new home folder robocopy e:\rsync\$id e:\homedirs\$id /copyall /e /sl /njh /njs /nfl /ndl #remove bad everyone ACLs icacls e:\homedirs\$id /remove:g everyone /t

upport.pkg (636928 b) Jan 5 16:32:42 ool-4570b4cb OSInstaller[142]: PK will install package file://localhost/System/Installation/Pa ... The more restrictive permissions are then applied." In our case, the share settings actually are the more restrictive permissions for our users. This folder and its contents are not being created with the correct permissions.

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This helps ensure that you won't be able to store any important data on a questionable section of the hard drive. Our temp fix was either to logout the user account and reboot the machine and let the user login again until then the error comes back again.. So far the first couple I have tried allows users to use iPhoto, iMovie, etc. Posted: 2/11/16 at 11:11 AM by cesposito This issue just surfaced on our campus on Macs running 10.11.

Posted: 9/17/14 at 5:43 AM by michaelhusar @SwiftThank you for the interesting analysis. Here is a list of my settings that seem to work: Share permissionsEveryone = readAuthenticated users = change, readDomain Admins = Full control On Server Manager, go to File and Storage Installation is pretty straightforward. http://arnoldtechweb.com/failed-to/failed-to-enumerate-parallel-devices.html Opening a ticket today.

Instead of mounting AD users SMB share the OS points the home directory to /var/empty. Application installers which have improperly reset System-related permissions. We'll be testing with this setup. Share settings:Everyone: ReadAuthenticated Users: Change, ReadAdministrators: Full Control, Change, Read Security (NTFS) settings:SYSTEM: Full Control (Applies to "This folder, subfolders, and files")Local or Domain Administrator: Full Control (Applies to "This folder,