I need to delay the application of a configuration profile with our internal wireless settings in it when a machine is first run through prestage. I would like the order of events to be:
2) User logs in
3) DEPNotify runs
4) DEPnotify finishes, reboots the computer
5) Internal wireless configuration profile is applied
6) Computer switches to the internal wireless
I've run into the issue where moving to the internal wireless (802.1x) breaks DEPNotify when the config profile is applied at whatever the "default" application sequence is. Does anybody have any ideas on how I can delay the application of the internal wireless profile no sooner than step 4?
@WixSystemIT you bet!!
I used the file com.depnotify.registration.done as my indicator of the DEPNotify process finishing. Here is what I did.
Here is the code:
#!/bin/sh if [ -e /var/tmp/com.depnotify.registration.done ] then echo "<result>True</result>" else echo "<result>False</result>" fi
- Then I created a smart group called "ReadyForInternalWifi" with the criteria being that EA being false.
Last week I went through the deployment of 100 Macbook Pros that were basically self-provisioned by the end-user. This solution worked for all of them and I didn't have the issue once.