Whats the current best way of getting complete Mojave Installer if your
already on Mojave. The new update mechanism doesn't appear to allow you
to just download it anymore, clicking Get just results in the new
updater telling you your up to date alre...
I have noticed recently that the filter on policies no longer shows
policies where the items contained within the policy match the filter.Is
it my imagination or did this not used to be the case???It makes it near
on impossible to quickly and easily ...
Does anyone know exactly when the "Deadline and Grace Period" starts for
a Patch Management policy?Is it somehow per machine or global?How can I
tell when it started for an existing policy?Can it be adjusted?
Hello All,I am trying to create a NetInstall image to install 10.13
(with a pkg to automatically enroll in Casper included).For some reason
this is not working, I think it's because our Netboot server is not
running Server 5.4 and macOS 10.13.Does an...
I wasn't at a music school per se, just a regular full spectrum
university. But... We dropped freezing machines a few years ago and had
suprisingly few issues. When users don't have admin rights macOS does a
reasonable job of keeping things isolated ...
Why not have it all just kick off automatically after Apple's three
mandatory clicks during Setup.Then right at the very end you go to Self
Service, click one icon and enter the user the device is for which kicks
off account creation, passwording etc...
My suggestion is to only have the installer in the package, then have a
script in a policy to run the command.That way you can change the way
you use it to meet individual requirements, ie. when you want to wipe
and reinstall for example.
If your not trying to hide it from the user you could use osascript to
tell the system / finder to mount it on their behalf. sudo -u
$Current_User osascript -e 'mount volume "'$True_Path'"' This certainly
worked for us for AD Home directories.I imagi...
@echave If your using DEP, then technically a user could concievably
internet restore and automatically re-enroll themselves (in fact this
might even be the preferred method in the case of total OS failure
offsite). I doubt there is a way to include ...