Hi all, We are running 9.97.1482356336 and are seeing a pretty
significant issue with our smart group memberships being incorrect.
Hitting edit/save will correct them. I have been testing, and the smart
groups get out of whack in a significant way ov...
Hi all, We are rolling out new iPhones to our users. We have the phones
enrolled in DEP and scoped to the prestage enrollment in JSS. If we set
the phone up as a new phone, the enrollment works perfectly every time.
This proves connectivity to the JS...
Hi all, We've been rolling out Creative Cloud updates using the packager
to our Macs and Windows machines with incredible speed and reliability
for some time now. The packager works brilliantly these days - hardly
see anything on here these days abou...
Hi all! Has anyone out there managed to script the location of the
OneDrive for Business folder for users? I've tried to follow the MS
documentation here. Specifically the following lines of code:
/usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c "Add :Tenants:my_tenant_id...
Hi all, Please forgive my bash scripting ignorance, but I was wondering
if one of you scripting gods could help me with a small script or
command to output a list of files that start with a space character.
Using the find command or something similar...
@talkingmoose Thanks for the script heads up. It seems a bit risky to
remove and add all of our SMART groups at this stage, but we might not
have any other choice eventually. I'm even considering apple script or
automator and a VM to just run through...
Yeah I've seen that thread, but I don't get why it might be intentional.
I feel like iCloud backup on unsupervised device, device is stolen, then
iCloud restore on new DEP prestaged device should work.
Even with an unsupervised device, removing the MDM profile before
performing the backup allows the whole process to go through correctly.
I still believe this is a bug, as you don't always have the opportunity
to do that if the phone is lost, stolen ...
My map drive scripts don't work in Sierra, as I force them to mount to a
folder in /Volumes, but with Sierra I don't have permissions to create
the folders first. A SIP thing perhaps? Started mounting them to /tmp
and all good.