I'm working on a script that is initiated through Self Service and
Startup (ongoing). I want the script to know whether it was initiated
from Self Service or if it just ran because of a restart. Right now I
have the script detecting whether Self Serv...
I've honestly been so lost on this whole thing. I've started running
into issues again with this and I don't know if it was one of the last
updates that caused issues again or what. The last one I setup worked
without utilizing the Big Sur Compatibil...
This isn't a perfect solution by far, but I put together a script that
will unlock Security & Privacy. We have this available in Self Service
so if a user needs to change any settings they just run this and can
make whatever changes they need. I hope...
I think I have this figured out. I was running into this exact problem
while attempting to use osascript to remove Bluetooth devices from our
loaner computers. I fixed this using a PPPC, see below: I wasn't able to
navigate to these files inside of t...
I figured this out. I'm a little embarrassed at how simple this fix is,
but I haven't used pgrep much. When running pgrep it will by default
leave out itself and its parent processes unless you add -a. This is how
it should look: #!/bin/sh if pgrep -...
That might also be a good way to go. I could have another parameter that
sets whether it is erasing an elementary computer, a secondary computer,
a staff computer, or an encrypted computer. That way I am down to
potentially just one script and a hand...