Dear Jamf Community,I've created a custom desktop wallpaper and have
there components: 1.) Desktoppr2.) A LaunchAgent plist3.) A shell script
that the launch agent callsOwner and permissions are correctly set:
root:wheel 644 for launch agent and scri...
I would be awesome if I could apply configuration profiles at the user
level and then exclude myself and local admin accounts...I vaguely
remember that this was not something that worked. Anyone have any
successes with this? And would they share how ...
The other day I couldn't RDP into an iMac, I could issue remote
commands, I could ssh in and do things, BUT no RDP through ARD or even
VNC...turns out that if "Sharing" is disabled under restrictions that
that breaks RDP. I guess it kind of makes sen...
Hi everyone,I'm currently working on a custom desktop wallpaper and have
learned a lot from reading older posts on here for it. My next question,
or a second part of this project would involve using the same wallpaper
as a login background. We curren...
Hello all,With some help from our community I've been using Dockutil for
our elementary classes for a while (hint: I need help again). However,
while I'm waiting and hoping for someone to enlighten me on how to apply
dock changes using based on the A...
Well, I suppose that's a good way to look at it, but life is short and
I'd rather avoid baroque solutions when a simple one will do :-) Still
good to know that /Library is the best place for desktop wallpapers
@AJPinto I tried what you recommended and it worked this time, not sure
why it wasn't working before. I the only difference is I placed the
wallpaper in /Users/Shared/ before.However, just as a point of interest
I did get the other method to work, bu...
Just wanted to add that I typically put them in the correct locations on
my computer and confirm the correct permissions and ownership then use
Composer to create packages.I had tried installing the wallpaper in
"/Users/Shared/" and using the built i...
I can't really knock AD Binding--it's been pretty stable for us for a
looong time and allowed a convenient way for users to have access to the
network home folders. For context, we're a K12 school, so most devices
never leave and we have 3 iMac labs....