Periodic Event Actions are designed to trigger an action once per hour, daily, weekly or monthly. Under certain conditions it is possible for the action to trigger more than once.
If you edit and save an action that has already fired within the specified period, that action may trigger again. When you save the action, MassTransit reloads all the actions and re-initializes all of the time frames. Due to the re-initialization, MassTransit may detect that an action has not been triggered and it will trigger again.
Apple frequently publishes updates to Mac OS X. Occasionally these updates make changes to the web setup that can break the web interface for MassTransit. This article describes how to ensure that MassTransit functions properly after updating your Mac OS X installation.
When transferring files from a Mac to a MassTransit server using Firefox's built-in HTTP file transfer support (without the MassTransit Plug-in), you will be able to select two file types that cannot actually be transferred using HTTP. The affected types (.app and .pkg files) are considered "bundles" or "packages" on Mac OS X. They normally look like a single file but are essentially folders containing multiple related files.
This message primarily means that a TCP connection was initiated on a port that MassTransit was listening on (typically port 50000). After MassTransit has opened the socket, it begins to “probe” the remote destination for authentication. Here, it is determined whether the remote side is a legitimate MassTransit contact, and further, which contact is calling. If no information is passed during this “probing period,” the connection will eventually time out and produce this error message.
MassTransit servers and clients may report an inability to connect to a remote destination that is configured to use an IP address reserved for private internets (networks).
Organizations that require network connectivity internally, but do not require network layer connectivity outside of that organization may choose to use IP addresses that have been reserved for private internets. As indicated in RFC 1918, the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) has reserved three specific blocks for such private internets. These blocks include:
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).
Acronis Files Connect versions 10.0.4 and later have been tested for compatibility with macOS 10.12 ‘Sierra’. If you are running an earlier version of Acronis Files Connect, please install 10.0.4 or later to support Sierra client Macs.
How does Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP) use TCP/IP and Appletalk?
Acronis Files Connect use of AppleTalk is limited to broadcast and service discovery functions (we also support SLP and Bonjour).
Since Apple's newer AFP protocol provides a big performance advantage over AppleTalk, Acronis Files Connect uses TCP/IP over AFP for file sharing activities. We support AFP v3.1 for Mac OS X clients and AFP v2.2 for Mac OS 9 clients.
Now that I've migrated from SFM to Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP), my Mac clients fail to auto-mount volumes. What's wrong?
The first thing to check is to look in the "Acronis Files Connect Administrator" program and see if the "Allow Workstations To Save Password" button is checked. If this is not checked, then workstations will not be able to log in at start up correctly. Turn this option on, then remount the servers from the clients and set up the auto-mounting again.
Why are my Intel Macs getting a Connection Failed 2 error?
This error only happens if you are connecting to Microsoft Services for Macintosh (SFM) using the custom Microsoft User Authentication Module (MSUAM). This issue does not affect Acronis Files Connect because it uses either the built-in DHX or Kerberos User Authentication Modules which work fine on the Intel Macs.
As noted in a previous Knowledge Base article, there is a bug in Mac OS X 10.5.6 that causes it to report no search results when searching against AFP servers other than Mac OS X 10.5, including Acronis Files Connect (formerly ExtremeZ-IP), Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger), Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther), and Microsoft's now discontinued Services for Macintosh (SFM) on Windows 2000 or Windows 2003.
After upgrading from previous versions to 2.1.1x18 or v3.0x10, a Mac user mounts a volume using a NT domain account: a) Some (or all) folder/files within the volume are not visible, even though the user has permissions in NT b) User is unable to write or delete inside a folder where they have NT permissions
During backup of your Mac, you see the following error in logs:
Request failed. Parallels Desktop is not installed.
As Acronis True Image for Mac has a possibility to back up Parallels Desktop virtual machines, during the disk level backups it sends to the system a request to check whether Parallels Desktop is installed.
MassTransit runs and currently ships without a dongle, but for those customers running older (5.x and later) versions of MassTransit, the option is available as well. In order to convert your dongled MassTransit server to a dongle-less version you will need to obtain a dongle config file from Acronis. If you are interested, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or https://support.acronis.com/mobility and your rep will get in touch with you to begin the process.