We've now had two instances of this issue... Following an upgrade to
Yosemite, when logging in at the FileVault 2 login, you are then taken
into the user account, with the progress bar. I believe this progress
bar is unlocking the drive (What's displ...
I'm at a bit of a loss now... I've read through the forums and haven't
seen this particular problem. I'm trying to mount our user's home
directories off of their Windows AD file shares. I'm using the script
"mountNetworkShare.sh" found here, as well ...
When performing some things, such as the Adobe-blessed method of
installing Flash, you have to get an installer application to the local
machine. What is the best practice for doing this? My distribution point
is over https, so I was thinking I could...
We've recently had a rash of systems that suddenly cannot talk to the
Active Directory Domain. We haven't identified exactly what's happening,
but the symptom is that the user cannot change their password from the
Accounts Preference Pane, being told...
While outside the scope of the question, the Active Directory Assist
(free for query, $12 for making changes) iOS application does this
pretty well. You can perform various queries and make some basic
changes. It won't replace an RDP session to a rea...
I've seen this issue as well. I have an extension attribute that
identifies machines that are "No longer bound to AD". When a machine is
in this state, they cannot change their password via System Preferences
/ Account (the change password button is ...
Would you be willing to post your process and support scripts. That
sounds exactly like what we'd like to do. Today, we are only authorizing
the user themselves for FileVault, and relying on the Enterprise
Recovery Key if we later have to "break in" ...
@jwojda If you don't have an Institutional key, then you are formatting
and re-imaging the system, unless you've backed up the individual key in
Casper. You cannot change the AD password , as it will not be sync'd to
the FileVault 2 password, and wil...
Just thought I'd wade back in. The issue isn't about home directory
redirection, per say. The issue is about "derive home directory
location", regardless of whether or not that's actually where it is...
If you have this box checked in your Active Dir...