We have a fairly new deployment of Macs and our users are all standard
users.On our previous Windows laptops, standard users were able to
remove any "remembered" networks. This doesn't seem to the be the case
for our new Mac laptops.I've tried enabli...
I have a prestage enrollment that auto skips all setup pages and creates
a local admin account.I have a policy that runs after successful
prestage enrollment that does two things: 1. Runs a script to set auto
login for the account created during the ...
Hi all -Trying to install Adobe Creative Cloud through Jamf School. I
have had success with other .pkg files, but the installer file generated
from our Adobe Admin Console is opening up like a folder and not a
simple .pkg file.I've scanned the posts ...
According to the Jamf, the script is running successfully.I swapped out
the last line for the simplified version, but I'm still getting the same
result.I'm looking to just allow my users the ability to remove known
Wi-Fi networks only. If they accide...
Thanks for this!I've had lines one and two in my script, but the third
line is new.I just tried to run this through a policy, but I'm still
getting an admin prompt when applying the changes. But, when I run this
manually through terminal, everything ...
This whole post started with the need of just loading Adobe Creative
Cloud onto our Macs so our users can self-service. None of our users
have (or will every have) admin rights and using the package from Adobe
Admin Console that enables standard user...
I don't think Jamf Admin works with Jamf School. Everything is loaded in
through the web interface. Jamf School does have scripting, but I know
it is relatively new.No need to apologize! I'm in awe every time I visit
these forums. A lot of very exper...
This whole process of getting Adobe to install and working with Jamf
School really outlined some of the limitation of the product and how it
feels poorly supported by Jamf over Jamf Pro. I ended up going the long
way around to fixing this problem (wh...