9 Click Save.
10 Choose FTP from the Computers & Services list, and stop and restart FTP service.
Network Mounted Share Points
You’ll often need to make files and folders on a server available to users on client comput-
ers. One way to do that is to tell users to connect to the server from the Finder. Connecting
from the Finder is easy, but it requires users to remember which server to connect to and
where to find the files on that server.
For frequently accessed resources, such as applications, libraries, or fonts, you might want
to simplify your users’ experience even more. If so, you can make a folder, disk, or partition
on a server mount automatically on some or all of the client computers in a domain. You
do this by configuring network mount share points.
For example, suppose you want to have a specific set of applications available to every user
in a given LDAP directory. You could create a share point containing the desired applications
and then set the share point to automatically mount into a /Network/Applications folder on
client machines that can utilize either the AFP or the NFS protocol. To do this, you configure
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