I am working with a client that has no central identity provider (no
AD/LDAP, cloud, etc.) so all accounts are local and admins. They are not
using FileVault (don't get me started) at this time. And,
unsurprisingly, most people are working from home....
Hi, Has anyone here created a policy via the API before? I've made other
script to create objects via the API (buildings, departments, etc.) but
these are my first attempts at creating a policy and it isn't working.
My goal is to have a script I can ...
Hi, I recently passed my Technician exam and received my callsign. As I
was packing for JNUC it occurred to me to check and see if there are
other Hams in attendance this year and to ask if we want to create a
meetup/mini-event? Chad Lawson - KD9OEA
I have a handful of workstations I need to be able to secure against
people leaving themselves logged into cloud services, as well as
cleaning up screenshots, personal documents, etc. I'd like to have a
script that, on logout, moves the user's home f...
Oh, @Mauricio! I can not tell you how much I needed your reply! Once I
saw yours working, I knew it had to be something stupid simple, and it
was! If I had posted my code and not just the XML you would probably
have seen it right away. In my first ve...
Thanks for replying, @Mauricio, but the issue seems to be with the XML
format for creating the policy. The list of packages seem fine. This is
the XML I am sending:
Download Packages true
The other idea I had was to create a local file repository that is on my
local network and then use Jamf Admin on my test machine to replicate to
it. It's "hacky" but it would work too. I'd much rather use the script
approach, if I can get it working...
Hi, @carlo.anselmi. It's my turn to apologize for the late reply. I tend
to have various binge cycles with Jamf Nation and forget to check for
replies all the time. Did you find all the resources you need?