@sdagley I am wanting to ensure the main company SSID is always the
topmost one and hence the one tried first. I have found several previous
discussions here as per the following.
We have been using Jamf for some time and have all our current computers
successfully enrolled. At this point the overwhelming majority of Macs
are running Mojave. The Macs have all been enrolled used a QuickAdd
package. We are now preparing to allow...
I have not yet seen full details of this new feature but the summary
indicates it is like the activation lock on iPhones. You enter your
Apple ID and turn on the feature and after that no-one can erase the
laptop unless they unlock it with the same A...
The Firewall profile is part of the Security & Privacy profile. This
means that if you are using FileVault you also are effectively forced to
push out a Firewall setting as well. The options in the Firewall tab are
pretty much the same as Apple's Pro...
I was under the impression that a few months ago JAMF had announced they
were going to make it possible for customers running JSS on premise to
be able to use a JAMF cloud hosted distribution point. Remember the cost
of JSS hosted and on premise is e...
@cbrewerYes it happens both with the script and when done manually via
System Preferences. The only thing T2 models will do regardless of
options tried is use the last selected network. (If available.) As
mentioned this only happens in Mojave.
@sdagley One final thing, I tried initially to create a LaunchDaemon or
LaungAgent to trigger running your script at boot but it did not work.
It is possible I made a mistake in the launchctl plist but I ended up
@sdagley Ok good and bad news. The bad news, the problem only affects
Mojave on T2 equipped Macs or at least of the models I have tried the
only model that was affected was the MacBook Pro 15" 2018 model when
running Mojave. (I currently don't have a...
@sdagley @cbrewer Ok my original test device was a MacBook Pro 15" 2018
model with T2 chip. This one even after a full erase and reinstall of
Mojave still persists in ignoring the WiFi order and reconnecting to
whatever was the last selected network ...
Ok, I built a fresh test computer with both High Sierra and Mojave. It
works as desired/expected in that the order of networks is obeyed. I am
going to wipe and rebuild this test Mac. This Mac is a fully
built/configured one including being enrolled ...