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Sharing APFS-formatted Volumes

Overview

Starting with macOS 10.13, Apple has deprecated the ability to share Apple File System (APFS)-formatted volumes using Apple Filing Protocol (AFP). Computers formatted with APFS can still mount AFP shares but cannot share over AFP.

When preparing to upgrade your file share server to macOS 10.13, change the sharing protocol to SMB and update the protocol set for that distribution point in the JSS.

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SOLVED Posted: 7/21/17 at 3:52 AM by lunddal
Computers formatted with AFP can still mount APFS shares but cannot share over AFP.

Shouldn't that be: Computers formatted with APFS can still mount AFP shares but cannot share over AFP.

;-)

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