If this has already been posted or asked I apologize. I looked here and
googled this and got no clear answer on it. Is it possible to use the
EraseInstall and InstallPackage flags with a MacOS Install? I've found
various scripts with packages being c...
I have begun seeing an issue with a handful of users. We are setting our
Wi-Fi via Config Profile. In that profile it contains payloads for our
Wi-Fi, SCEP, & PKI. We are also using a script on the wired side to set
the automatic proxy (PAC File URL)...
Before I posted this I did search for this issue both here and google.
The issue I am seeing is with 10.13.4 systems. After the upgrade my
users are being prompted that a system with the same name exists on the
network. I have checked DNS and DHCP fo...
I understand Office 2016 is still in preview but I was just curious if
any one here was able to disable the prompt to activate Office 2016 and
still maintained proper Office 365 licensing? I don't think with
Microsoft's licensing structure for Office...
It took a while to find this information and I ultimately had to ask our
JAMF Software Account Manager for it to help us troubleshoot some JDS
issues. I figured I would share this since the office JDS documentation
doesn't give this specific work flo...
It's a bit hard to give specific details with such broad details but you
coulddeploy a policy to a scope of systems, in the policy run a script
at the end with something likeif [ -e ]; then echo "File
installed"touch /var/db/.FileNameInstalledelif [...
I've had this happen in a few of my past role. I would make sure you are
using a quality dongle (preferably MFI certified) if that is applicable.
I've had dongles that were perfectly good in every other way fail during
DEP. If that is good during the...
That's pretty simple to do however one challenge may be the driver needs
to be installed before the printer gets mapped. The easiest way to do
this would be to create a policy called "Print Drivers". Setup the
packages for the drivers, use the custom...
I do pretty much the same thing but since the systems in the environment
I support are mixed in terms of OS. I use the below command. Update: I
should have added I run this as a script as the very last step of new
systems. #!/bin/bash osvers=$(sw_ver...