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#1 2016-01-14 17:18:31

JKingsnorth
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Registered: 2012-06-25

Switch DeployStudio from Port 60443 back to 60080

Ever since I updated to 1.7.1 and then back down to 1.6.18 because we had so many issues with 1.7.1, I have been unable to switch back to Port 60080.

I have ran the uninstaller included in the DMG Download but somewhere DS is retaining these settings.

All of our WORKING NetBoot sets are set to HTTP. When we have created new sets with 1.6.18 or higher (whether set to HTTP or HTTPS) do not work properly for whatever reason, which is why I want to downgrade.

When rerunning the Server Setup it keeps defaulting the port to 60443 no matter what I set it at.

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#2 2016-01-14 19:47:30

Meat
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From: SF CA US
Registered: 2009-02-04

Re: Switch DeployStudio from Port 60443 back to 60080

The installer just installs the applications. You need to walk through the DeployStudio Assistant on the server and configure the DeployStudio Server appropriately.

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#3 2016-01-15 20:26:11

JKingsnorth
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Registered: 2012-06-25

Re: Switch DeployStudio from Port 60443 back to 60080

> Meat wrote:

> The installer just installs the applications. You need to walk through the DeployStudio Assistant on the server and configure the DeployStudio Server appropriately.

Which I have done numerous times and it keeps reverting itself back to the HTTPS port.

Last edited by JKingsnorth (2016-01-15 20:26:24)

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#4 2016-02-25 19:21:25

kdpslider
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Registered: 2015-12-11

Re: Switch DeployStudio from Port 60443 back to 60080

An alternative I have had to do and found it working, is to run the uninstaller from the install dmg.  This will remove the services and such from your server.  Then rerun the installer and DS assistant.  That will force it back to using http.  This was non-destructive to my workflows and files.  But you may want to make sure it is backed up just in case.

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#5 2016-02-25 22:55:28

Meat
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Registered: 2009-02-04

Re: Switch DeployStudio from Port 60443 back to 60080

Also, the uninstaller may leave the /Library/Preferences/com.deploystudio.server.plist
Make sure after uninstall, that plist file is deleted.
Trash it if it's still there, then reinstall and run DeployStudio Assistant.

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#6 2016-06-07 15:08:41

Mauler
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Registered: 2016-06-06

Re: Switch DeployStudio from Port 60443 back to 60080

> Meat wrote:

> Also, the uninstaller may leave the /Library/Preferences/com.deploystudio.server.plist
Make sure after uninstall, that plist file is deleted.
Trash it if it's still there, then reinstall and run DeployStudio Assistant.

I've done this a few times but the second I reinstall and run the Assistant on 10.11.5, it goes back to HTTPS and 60443. With these settings I cannot even get a netboot'ed mac to connect to the server.

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#7 2016-06-07 17:18:40

kdpslider
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Registered: 2015-12-11

Re: Switch DeployStudio from Port 60443 back to 60080

> Mauler wrote:

> > Meat wrote:

> Also, the uninstaller may leave the /Library/Preferences/com.deploystudio.server.plist
Make sure after uninstall, that plist file is deleted.
Trash it if it's still there, then reinstall and run DeployStudio Assistant.

I've done this a few times but the second I reinstall and run the Assistant on 10.11.5, it goes back to HTTPS and 60443. With these settings I cannot even get a netboot'ed mac to connect to the server.

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The admins posted on the debug forum, that they are now enforcing ssl/tls with the release of osx 10.11 and 1.7.x http://www.deploystudio.com/Forums/viewtopic.php?pid=27678#p27678.

As for the repo errors, I'm using 10.11.4 on my server right now, and will be upgrading to 10.11.5 this week.  The repo is hosting smb connections, and I'm not enforcing encryption on shares.  I have been running the server with ssl over 60443 for a couple years and it's been fine.  The issues I'm running into are with repo connections to unenforced encrypted smb shares.  AFP is cleartext/unencrypted and works fine over netboot sets.  USB boot devices are still throwing repo failures, so I installed a live version of the OS to a thumbdrive and use that to connect across subnets and bypass the smb issues.

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