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    OSX 10.9.3 Update
    Today 10.9.3 was released! Getting the final now as I am in the beta program. Also new iTunes 11.2.

    USB syncing from your iDevice to the Mac is now back!! Yay!!!

    Go get it!

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    Beat me by 3 minutes. Just got it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dtravis7 View Post
    USB syncing from your iDevice to the Mac is now back!! Yay!!!
    I assume that this is in reference to things like contact and calendar sync?

    Nevermind, I just read the release notes...
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    Done and done (as in both MBP•17" and MBA•11")
    Even updated the Mac Specs in user profile

    Incidentally, it fixed a rather strange issue with Maps I was having: with X11 running, Maps would go blank (no map, no satellite), on second relaunch of the app, and back to normal, if system restarted. Now in 10.9.3 it works as it should.
    Dvid

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    I just updated Maverick 10.9.3. I now see where my disk icon on my desktop no longer has a name but "0 00". Also, in System Preferences" the Startup Disk icon has a ? in it. Anything I should be concerned about? I also sent out an email and it sent out 2 of the same email instead of 1. Hmmmm....

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    Quote Originally Posted by skays View Post
    I just updated Maverick 10.9.3. I now see where my disk icon on my desktop no longer has a name but "0 00". Also, in System Preferences" the Startup Disk icon has a ? in it. Anything I should be concerned about? I also sent out an email and it sent out 2 of the same email instead of 1. Hmmmm....

    I did not have any of those issues you may want to try the combo that dtravis7 linked to.

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    Updated my MB air with no issues. Will update my MBP at work tomorrow and the iMac.

    I noted in the release notes this update will improve connecting with SMB active directory. That would be nice. I will check it out tomorrow when I get to work. It takes way too long for any of our macs to connect and then show shares on the network. Once they connect all is good but not like the windows computers that are connected as soon as they log on.

    Lisa

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    I've noticed OS X struggle sometimes with SMB shares, which can be a touch frustrating. I can't remember if these issues existed before Apple migrated away from Samba but regardless, it's nice to see them improving their own SMB implementation.
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    Make sure that as well as downloading 10.9.3, you also update iTunes to 11.2.1. Reason? With 10.9.3, the ability to see or access "Users" was denied - a major problem resolved by the iTunes update.

    Ian

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    And... you may have to do the download twice. Many users are experiencing an error with the iTunes download ("download can not be verified") even though the 10.9.3 update installs correctly. However, when you go to download iTunes again, it also downloads the 10.9.3 update again and installs it once more along with iTunes.

    Be sure to make a backup before downloading the update!

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