I upgraded from OS X Server 10.4.10 to 10.5 recently and I've experienced nothing but problems. It seems as though whenever I use Server Admin to set up a file share, then attempt to "unshare" it, client nodes are still attempting to mount it. For example, I have a folder called "scratch" which I "shared" then "unshared". After "unsharing", running the command `showmount -e` fails to show the directory "scratch" as an export... which is correct. However, running this command: dscl /LDAPv3/127.0.0.1 -list /Mounts does in fact reveal the directory... which is wrong. I know for a fact that this is where it needs to be deleted because I had this exact problem on another 10.4 Server. I'm pretty sure I remember the dscl syntax for deleting a node, but on this machine I only get an error. % dscl -u <admin> -p /LDAPv3/127.0.0.1 -delete /Mounts/server.name.priv:\/scratch delete: Invalid Path <dscl_cmd> DS Error: -14009 (eDSUnknownNodeName) When I try deleting in interactive mode (using auth), I get the same error. Just to show that LDAP and dscl are working to some extent, I created a fake user into the /Users section (using -create) and then deleted that user (using -delete) successfully. Is my syntax just wrong, or is there perhaps a bigger problem here?