Hey, I am currently setting up everything for the company-wide rollout
of TeamViewer.For this, I am following this guide
am stuck at the "Deploying the TeamViewe...
Hey, the vast majority of our users work remotely. We have a Firmware
Password enabled for all macs. Today 2 remote users complained about
being stuck on the EFI-Password screen. We can obviously not just tell
them the password as we would need to ch...
Hey, I roll out Chrome Updates passively using
https://support.google.com/chrome/a/answer/9923111?hl=en. As this config
can not force any updates, I am sometimes required to manually force
them in urgent cases. This was the case on Friday with the 88...
Hey guys, I am currently updating our device's browsers with a simple
policy that downloads the latest version into the application folder and
overwrites it. It asks the user before doing so with the built-in
deferral of Jamf. After installing the la...
Hey, there are some machines that have SSH enabled with the following
Startup Configuration: Now I am looking for a way to disable it. I found
the following script: sudo systemsetup -f -setremotelogin off Will
disabling SSH interfere with anything re...
Hey @rhooper the script works well, thanks for sharing. How do you go
about ARM machines? I guess the link in the script only downloads the
Intel-based version of Chrome. I can't find a similar link for ARM
We're using Tunnelblick as well. I worked on this for days but did not
find a way to completely silent-install an ovpn file - Tunnelblick
always at least asks "all users" or "this user". I managed to install
Tunnelblick + ovpn by first installing Tun...
@donmontalvo thanks for your reply! This would mean that the user needs
to have APPLICATION closed so the policy installs the update for
APPLICATION. Correct me if I'm wrong but that would mean that users who
do not close e.g. Chrome for a week, will...
First you set up a policy. Local Accounts -> Create New Account -> Fill
in Name etc. + Password (this creates the new Admin account WITHOUT
SecureToken, Checking "Enable user for FileVault2" won't change
anything.) In this same policy, you put the fo...