Currently Being ModeratedMar 11, 2013 2:23 PM (in response to Karl_B)
As way of an update, I logged on to the same computer as the admin (of the computer not the server) and tried from there.
It all worked and the App Store clearly said that it was getting the files from the local server.
Does this mean that I have an issue with the permissions that allow anyone other than an admin to update the computer from the software server? Or is it not possible / advisible for non-admins to update the computers anyway (I did need to enter the admin user name & password prior to the app store trying to update and failing as described above).
It's not the end of the world if I have to log on to each computer as the admin (I don't have that many), but is there a way to push the updates out to the computers with minimal intervention from regular users?
Currently Being ModeratedMar 12, 2013 4:13 PM (in response to Karl_B)
I have yet to setup this up but it does not make any sense to me as to why the admin would have to login to the local computer to get updated. This defeats the whole point in my opinion. You can try giving the network user admin rights of the computer and see if it works.
1. Login as the network user.
2. Open System preferences and go to users and groups.
3. Check the box "Allow user to administer this computer"
You may have to restart and then test it to see.
The only other thing I can think of trying on the local side is joining the computer to server if you already have not done this.
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