Netatalk seems to always have some issue with OS X. Why I still use little NAS boxes for this that and the other is beyond me. I got stuck dealing with this for a little while and if you’re using Netatalk w/ a DHCAST128 UAM you probably will too. For more on DHCAST see the Netatalk page on UAM support. Kerberos and DHX2 are arguably better, but I’ve found they don’t always work right on some of my NAS boxes.
This wasn’t just a quick defaults command as it was in previous instances. It’s not much of a script but the following should fix it if you’re having this issue like I was.
/usr/bin/defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.AppleShareClient afp_host_prefs_version -int 1
/usr/bin/defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.AppleShareClient afp_disabled_uams -array “Cleartxt Passwrd” “MS2.0″ “2-Way Randnum exchange”
I had to reboot on one of my machines after this but on the others I didn’t. Hope it helps someone else…
And if you want to go back to the way things were before, simply remove com.AppleShareClient.plist from /Library/Preferences (w/ sudo):
krypted July 21st, 2011
Posted In: Mac OS X, Mac Security
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