3 Replies Latest reply: Dec 4, 2014 2:37 PM by Snyderthing
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Hey guys.


So... I've got some user home folders on my new Mac OS X Lion 10.8 Server, all set up as Network Users, with the Networked Home Folders.


All users work, apart from one, where I stupidly pressed 'Apply to Enclosed items...' on the file permissions. It works OK I guess, I just keep getting the 'Reset Keychain' warning, all the time, and it recurs as if it's not able to reset it. Probably due to lack of access to the Library files.


I've tried booting into recovery and running the 'resetpassword' utility from Terminal but only local user accounts show up. IE. Root and the 1 local user the server has.


Is there any way of repairing default permissions for Nework Users' Home Folders?


I am guessing the keychain problem is this, as when I mess around with the permissions it corrects it, but the permissions are now all over the place.


Thanks for any help folks.

Mac mini, OS X Server, Mountain Lion Server 10.8