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Summary:

When using the TCP/IP Secure communication method between two MassTransit entities, the following error message may result, following a failed connection attempt: TCP/IP Secure reports: error: 1408A0C1:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:no shared cipher

There are two use-cases that can cause inadvertent recall of files archived via StorNext when using Mac OS X 10.4 clients.

The first is the use of Get Info to view file details.

The second is the use of Column View in Finder.

Both of the above read metadata utilizing methods that are unblockable by the ArchiveConnect software. The workaround for these two issues is to not use them; Get Info is an action that is user-initiated, and Column View is one of several options for viewing file lists in Finder. A better solution is to upgrade to a later version of Mac OS X.

Group Logic's ArchiveConnect allows Mac desktops to work seamlessly with file archiving solutions by enhancing the Mac Finder.

Instructions for using ArchiveConnect are available for end users and administrators at the following locations:

ArchiveConnect User Guide

Installation and Administration Guide

Summary:

Yes, all MassTransit product types run natively on macOS as of version 4.2 to version 6.0.

Description:

The following describes macOS compatibility for other recent versions:

MassTransit Web Client

MassTransit Web Client versions 5.1 and later run natively on macOS.

MassTransit Servers in Compatibility Mode

Summary:

This article contains information on MassTransit Best Practices.

Description:

The online documentation referenced below describes some best practices for backing up, maintaining and monitoring your MassTransit server:

http://docs.grouplogic.com/display/MassTransit/MassTransit+Best+Practices

Question:

I would like to configure Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) to listen on a port other than the default. Is this possible?

 

Answer:

Yes.
You can configure Acronis Files Connect to listen on a port other than the default. The default setting is port 548.

In Acronis Files Connect 2.1 and later, you can simply adjust the port via the Acronis Files Connect Administrator program.

Question:

Can Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) replace PC MacLan which has been discontinued by Computer Associates (CA) and Miramar?

Answer:

With the discontinuation of PC MacLan, Group Logic recognizes the need of customers for a supported, compatible AFP server solution on the Windows platform.

Acronis Files Connect 5.3 replaces all of the functions of PC Mac Lan for connecting from a Macintosh to a Windows computer for file sharing and printing including AppleTalk protocol.

Question:

Does Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) work with Windows Shadow Copy?

Answer:

Shadow Copy enabled volumes can be shared out to Mac clients using Acronis Files Connect, but Mac clients do not have a native utility to restore Shadow Copy files.

Group Logic's AppleTalk protocol is now compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008. While Acronis Files Connect is compatible with Windows Server 2012 Standard & Enterprise, GroupLogic AppleTalk is not supported on Windows Server 2012.

Question:

What are the system requirements for Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP)?

Answer:

The latest requirements can be found in the Acronis Files Connect Requirements page.

We've had a number of questions recently about searching in Mac OS X 10.5.6.

As we explain in this knowledge base article, Apple introduced a bug in Mac OS 10.5.6 that causes it not to correctly send search requests.

Group Logic has been working with Apple and encouraging them to fix the problem in  10.5.7. We'll post an update as soon as we confirm that a fix is available.

Question:

How does Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) map the Windows security model to Macintosh-style folder permissions?

Answer:

While Windows uses access control lists (ACLs) exclusively to enforce security, the Macintosh uses any one of three different schemes, Mac-style folder permissions, UNIX permissions, or ACLs. Regardless of what scheme the Mac is using, Acronis Files Connect must map the Windows ACL to each of these Macintosh schemes in order to provide the necessary file and folder security expected by the user and/or application.

Question:

Can I change the IP address of my Server while the Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) Service is running?

Answer:

Changing the IP Address of a Server while the Acronis Files Connect Service is running is not recommended as some customers have reported that CPU spikes occur until the Acronis Files Connect Service is restarted. The recommendation is to stop the Acronis Files Connect Service from the Services Control Panel. After changing the IP Address you can restart the Acronis Files Connect Service.

Summary:

The latest version of the Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac Resource Kit gives mention to Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) File Server as an alternative to Microsoft's Services for Macintosh (SFM).

Question:

Is Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) Compatible with VMWare ESX Server?

 

Answer:

Yes. Acronis Files Connect runs and is supported on a virtualized Windows Server image being hosted on VMWare ESX Server or ESXi.

Summary:

Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) 5.1 allows for the configuration of a "filename policy" - a set of rules that prevent the use of files matching particular criteria (characters illegal in Windows filenames, files with certain extensions, etc.) When Acronis Files Connect rejects client requests to create or copy these files, the client's application may not respond in a graceful manner.

Question:

Does Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) support folder quotas such as those in Windows 2003 R2?

New with version 6.0 of Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) is our usage of Microsoft’s Service Connection Point (SCP) technology. We use this technology to locate and contact other Acronis Files Connect servers in your Active Directory (AD) domain for DFS (Distributed File System) support, as well as new features in the future. Microsoft’s web site has an executive overview of what SCPs are and how they can be used at this location on the internet:

Symptom:

Customers have reported the following symptoms while running Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition (Version 7.x and 8.x) with any version of Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP):

While Windows uses access control lists (ACLs) exclusively to enforce security, the Macintosh uses any one of three different schemes: Mac-style folder permissions, UNIX permissions, or ACLs. Regardless of what scheme the Mac is using, Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) must map the Windows ACL to each of these Macintosh schemes in order to provide the necessary file and folder security expected by the user and/or application.

Question:

Does Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) support Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista?

Answer:

With the removal of Services for Macintosh from Windows Server 2008, Group Logic recognizes the need of customers for a supported, compatible AFP server solution on the Windows platform.

Acronis Files Connect 5.3 or later has been certified for use on Windows Server 2008.

Support for Windows Server 2008 clusters was added in Acronis Files Connect 6.0 and later.

Question:

Does Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) support Windows Server 2008?

Answer:

With the removal of Services for Macintosh from Windows Server 2008, Group Logic recognizes the need of customers for a supported, compatible AFP server solution on the Windows platform.

Acronis Files Connect 5.3 or later has been certified for use on Windows Server 2008.

Support for Windows Server 2008 clusters was added in Acronis Files Connect 6.0 and later.

Question:

When I purchase Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP), do I need to uninstall the previous version or a trial version before installing the new version?

Answer:

No, you do not have to do an uninstall. Acronis typically emails to you, on the spot, the serial number and everything you need to keep all the setting that you have set with the trial. You can load a released version on top of the trial or previous version, and all settings and configuration information will be maintained.

Summary:

Yes, Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) is fully compatible with 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows.

Description:

GroupLogic has fully certified Acronis Files Connect on 64-bit versions of Windows 2003 and 2008. We have had a few requests to develop a 64-bit optimized version of Acronis Files Connect, but we do not believe it would provide users or administrators with any noticeable improvements compared to running the 32-bit version on 64-bit systems.

Question:

Will Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) work with a NAS or a SAN?

Summary:

This article provides information provided by Apple, Inc. on the definitions of various types of AFP Reconnects and Timeouts as well as the differences between how Mac OS X Tiger and Mac OS X Leopard handle them.

Description:

AFP Reconnect and Timeout Definitions

Reconnects

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