We'd like to prevent users connecting unsecured WiFi -networks, but as
this doesn't seem to be a feature (we don't want to use a whitelist /
blacklist), I'm trying to find out another way to warn users, if they're
using unsecured WiFi at any time. Wo...
Thank you for these suggestions! I had no idea how to use asterisks this
way and why there's a need to add another [ and ] around it, but hey,
I'm learning!I did those and then went even further and added asterisks
also around WPA3, so now if it reco...
Giving a reply to myself. After some more digging, I found a way to get
such information about network status in terminal and created this
script (my first ever!):#!/bin/bash state=$(
Replying to myself after a few test runs. At least with our devices,
this issue seems to happen because of specifying some Computers to Scope
/ Targets under Policies. When Wiping / Re-installing, it also replaces
the computer's name to defaults, so ...
Having the same issue here luckily with just one device, intermittently.
Self service app re-installation, jamf policy/recon, and/or removing
Keychains has not solved the issue at any time. Wiping and re-installing
the same device has solved the issu...
This stopped working for us - again. Getting an error message:Current
version does not appear to match the 10 digit format expected Got it
functioning again with the previous way of getting the version