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You can use Bulk File Download Web Part by Virto - it supports all popular browsers, including Safari and I don't see a reason why it would't work on MAC. Hope it will help you.


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I'm not a Mac pro, but you should be able to map a network drive to SharePoint. SharePoint serves it's folders up as WebDav and I think Mac should support that.


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There're many ways we can do this on Windows : Sync with onedrive / open with explorer / map to network drive. Since explorer is not an option, I looked into the other 2 options. My google-fu lead me to this article: http://sharepoint.rackspace.com/Learning/Articles/Pages/SharePoint-2013--how-to-sync-files-on-a-mac.aspx. Maybe this will help. Update : ...


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I don't think this is actually the answer. In SharePoint 2013 I create an item that starts a workflow that immediately pauses for 5 minutes, then sends an email. If I delete the item before the 5 minute pause completes, the workflow still wakes up and sends a blank email. Bizarre...


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their is no easy to calculate the down time for the upgrade, it is multi-factor calculation. Its depend number of server, Amount of Data, Hardware used on server and gap between the Services pakc, etc. Check this one http://blogs.msdn.com/b/toddca/archive/2008/08/02/the-zero-downtime-sharepoint-patching-myth.aspx



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