I'm curious how the prestage enrollment settings are cached. We
purchased several iMacs a few months ago. They were assigned to our JAMF
through ASM. The prestage had a local admin account with a specific
password. We are required to change passwords...
We have a limited number of licenses and I have been advised to purge
records of devices that haven't checked in for 90 days. I'm worried
about doing that since so many of our users have taken to working from
home and many have just taken the summer ...
I'm looking for a good method to remove WebEx Productivity tools,
preferably silently. So far, all I am finding is Cisco's page to have
the user run the uninstaller.
@VintageMacGuy- I have the same question. I was looking to see if it
could be scripted but the --ignore command has been deprecated.
#!/bin/bashsoftwareupdate --ignore "macOS Big Sur"softwareupdate
--ignore "macOS Big Sur 11.0.1"softwareupdate --igno...