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tbridge

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Hi all,

We have a client with a handful of Network Home Directories under OS X Server 10.5. The clients are all 10.5. We tried installing the iCal Config Tool this weekend and were greeted with the "You can't do that! You're trying to install from a networked volume! Are you CRAZY?! That's INSANE!"

We went around it by way of making the user a mobile home directory, and then we could do the install.

Is that the only way out?

Best,

Tom
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p0ddie

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Hi,

of course not. .pkg Packages can't be installed over network, they must reside on a local volume. Just quit the installer, copy it to a local folder on the HD of the client (~/Users/Shared would be appropriate so you can set up every user you log on with this machine) and have fun. Don't forget to go to Directory Utility afterwards and make sure the KMS is the first entry in the advanced settings -> search path -> contacts (do NOT throw it in first place at the identification tab!)
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