I'm trying to track down an issue and I'm wondering if anyone else has
seen this. Mavericks, bound to AD, AD has a policy to lock out users
after X number of password retries. Services are kerberized such as file
sharing, etc. etc. No network homes. ...
What could possibly be the difference between running Recon.app (either
locally on a machine, or using Remote Inventory) and have it fail to add
a computer to JSS, but creating a QuickAdd.pkg from the same App with
the same credentials works? What wo...
Just to answer my own question here's what I've come up with, pretty or
elegant? No. Effective? Seems to be. #!/bin/bash
uuid=/usr/sbin/system_profiler SPHardwareDataType | grep "Hardware UUID"
| cut -c22-57 /bin/launchctl unload
Bigger question, why are you using Casper Admin for replication? IMHO
you are better off looking outside of Casper to do the replication. A
simple rsync script set to run on a schedule / able to be called
manually should do the trick.
Um, well it sounds like a network issue, not a JSS issue, and why would
the 3rd octet make any difference, and this doesn't quite make any sense
without subnet mask info and how your subnets are setup and what
firewall rules are setup between the one...
I originally used MCX to disable but it had to specifically target the
OS, but I've just moved to using a script at first boot / once per
computer run at startup policy to cover all OSes.
Wait. What? @simbimbo are you saying that if you choose to run JDS, the
packages end up in the MySQL database, at least temporarily? But .. why?
That makes no sense, especially if we're talking about multi GB sized