I run a bunch of Macs with MyPC at my library. It uses the same Active
Directory account to log in for every user. Currently, we use Deep
Freeze as a means to keep personal information from remaining between
sessions. I would like to remove our depen...
I've had some free and paid Mac Store Apps setup for distribution for a
long time and for a long time they have worked just fine. Now, all of a
sudden, they're not always installing on a newly enrolled iMac. Is there
any way to trigger an automatic i...
Hi!I just need to vent and ask some questions that hopefully some Jamf
employees can answer.Why are restrictions enabled by default?? If I want
to disable ONE thing, I have to explicitly enable EVERYTHING ELSE,
including things that I didn't know I n...
Although I know the settings are depreciated for Big Sur, I have a
profile installed with Allow on the Media Restrictions section. This is
because I still have Catalina machines in use however when I check the
profile in System Preferences on a Big S...
Well, just when I thought I had things figured out, it appears that I
don't. The iMac in question is now in the correct site, the Mac Store
apps show up in the computer's record but they won't install. I made one
of them available in Self-Serve inste...
Well, thanks for the help. It appears the computer wasn't put in the
correct site, which in turn didn't make it part of the smart group it
was supposed to be in. I've used this process maybe a dozen times and
this is the first time a computer wasn't ...
I'm currently letting things install through the automatic install. I
was just wondering if there was a way to trigger that automatic
response. There won't be an policy logs because it's the Mac Store Apps,
not packages installed through policy.