After configuring our first M1 machine we ended up with the attached
error. "Recovery is trying to change system setting. No Administrator
was found." This happened after a reboot in which some system and kernel
extensions were installed by policy an...
So now that booting into Recovery Mode no longer takes you to the
utilities screen without the Personal Recovery Key, is Institutional
Recovery now effectively dead? We had a very limited use case for it
before so no big loss, but if it's no longer f...
I'm not sure if this has been brought up yet, but I just found Chrome to
be blocking the download of .mobileconfig files from our Jamf Pro
server. Particularly problematic for Self Enrollments. It's easy enough
to force the download. If you see the D...
Just a heads up. I've been researching for some sort of local markers I
can use to make an EA to track it/remove it via p...
Is anyone able to update apps using the msupdate -i command after
updating to MAU 4.4? It no longer finds updates even though my apps are
all 16.17 and when I msupdate -c... it's blank despite my
com.microsoft.autoupdate2 plist being populated correc...
In my experience, excluding KEXT approval profiles does seem to stop
this issue from occurring. But I have heard from others that even when
they have done so the issue has still seemed to randomly pop up on a
subsection of machines. So my experience,...
The "Allow standard users" option for legacy KEXTS doesn't change the
outcome. You still are booted to recovery and get the "no admin"
message. Only option to get back into the os is a wipe restore at that