In our Mac classrooms we would like to standardize the right-click (as
secondary button) feature on new user accounts, without having to
manually make the change on setup. I'm attempting to do this with a JSON
Schema affecting com.apple.driver.AppleH...
Hi all,We use Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) to send restart commands to a
fleet of Macs in our classrooms. These computers are set to auto-login
to a user account (these are computers behind locked doors and
monitored). That user account is configured t...
Here's the scenario:We have a classroom of computers. Between class
sessions, we run a restart on those computers. This happens at varying
times.To run this restart we used to use Apple Remote Desktop. Since
that is becoming/is unsupported, we want t...
Hi all,I'm creating a Google Chrome configuration for managing settings
on multiuser computers (that have many users every day using the same
computer and account). I am looking for ways to disable logging into the
Chrome browser, and (if possible) a...
Hello Jamf Community,I work with a University. In our department we run
Mac labs that act as classrooms for a large variety of classes that are
reserved daily. We are redesigning our Mac classroom "build" primarily
with Jamf Pro. The biggest hurdle t...
@sdagley @AJPinto I'm coming back to these forums and want to correct
what I previously said here. I did not read your post correctly and
misunderstood what you were saying to do with the GUI. I intuited that
you meant using the GUI of ARD to select ...
I was mistaken. That command works only for 10.15.07 and earlier. In
MacOS11 or later the computer must be completely unenrolled and then
reenrolled with one of these two methods:Computers with a removable MDM
profile—Execute the sudo jamf removefram...
Wow!! Thank you for clarifying that point. It's been a while since I
looked into the feature for MDM Enabled user accounts since I've had the
PreStage set up for some time now.These devices have one admin account
and one standard user account. The st...
@dmccluskey Thanks for sharing — I've been using Jamf Composer
before/after Snapshots to gather info on file system changes. Does
FSMonitor track file changes in real time? I could see the advantage to
that. Any other reason you like to use it?
@mm2270 I have not tested that because to my understanding that's useful
for network accounts (AD, etc.) but not for standard user accounts
(which is what our system is using at the moment). Please correct me if
I'm wrong! Thanks.