Error Messages

"Cannot run with other SMB/CIFS/Microsoft networking servers on the same machine. Error Code: 48"

There are two causes of this error:

1. OS X 10.7, Lion, and the Firewall

In Lion, the built-in Firewall can cause ADmitMac or DAVE to report this error on installation.  This is a bug in the Firewall that has been reported to Apple.  To work around the issue, launch the System Preferences and click the Security & Privacy pane.  On the Firewall tab, stop the Firewall, then reboot the Mac.  You should then be able to install ADmitMac or DAVE.

2. Windows File Sharing

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"The operation could not be completed because you do not have enough access privileges."

There are three possible causes for this.

1. If you are using a network home folder, make sure that your domain account has not met the disk quota available to you. There is a known issue where if your home folder grows in size and nears, or has reached, the amount of hard disk space alloted to your domain account, you will not receive a disk quota warning. Instead, once the disk quota is met, you will no longer be able to save files to your home folder.

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Why does it say "Connection Failed" when I click the server in the Sidebar?

In Mac OS X v10.5 (Leopard), Apple made some significant changes to the Mac OS Finder and the Sidebar, and these changes persist in Mac OS X v10.6 (Snow Leopard). You will not be able to access Windows servers through the sidebar, but will be able to access the volumes once you have mounted them using either the ADmitMac Browser, or by entering the path into the Server Address field in "Go - Connect to Server". We have been made to understand that it is a bug in the Finder that keeps network volumes from working properly in the Sidebar, and that Apple is working to resolve it.

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