We normally apply a script to prevent the iCloud sign in from popping up when we image a machine, but now have the issue that when upgrading to Mavericks, this appears again.
My brain is standing still, as I am perplexed as to where and how i need to move this script to stop this from happening again.
Process - currently a user cache the install files, upgrade and then go through the setup, but I would like to prevent them from being able to setup anything iCloud.
Any suggestions as how this can be done / forced.
Thanks in advance.
I recommend you take a look at the esteemed Rich Trouton's blog on this topic: https://derflounder.wordpress.com/2013/10/27/disabling-the-icloud-sign-in-pop-up-message-on-lion-and-later/#more-3769
Can you post your script? Also, how are you executing the upgrade?
We do this at imaging with a script, and it's working in Mavericks. As for doing upgrades, we've actually got a createOSXinstallpkg installer with a First Boot Installer Package containing a script-only package (runs the same script).