I have a computer that sees 0 software updates. I have a script that
automatically prompts users to run them, and it wasn't prompting this
user. I reached out and confirmed that if the user goes to system
preferences>software updates they do not see ...
I have been asked to look into disabling screenshots for some of our
users due to an application that they use that has access to sensitive
data. Because I don't hate our users I want to ONLY disable screenshots
when that application is open. I have ...
Couldn't find a script that did this. We don't use this a lot but I was
asked to patch Cisco Webex to ensure that the users that do have it were
on the latest version. This is based on a script we've been using that
does the same thing for
I'm working on setting up a policy for GlobalProtect 5.1.4 which
switches to System Extension from Kernel Extensions. I've set up a
config profile to approve the system extension. First I tried just the
team ID, then I added the ALLOWED SYSTEM EXTENS...
Modified a script that does the same thing for chrome. But this script
will download and install the latest version of Brave directly from
their web site #!/bin/sh dmgfile="Brave-Broswer.dmg" volname="Brave
Ignoring the space existing in a username issue the scripting part could
be done this way# by replacing [ with [[ you're able to wildcard the
comparison. # instead of seeing if the username = "The Admin" see if it
= *"Admin"* if [[ "$user" != "root" ...
It's possible that with M1 architecture this is no longer downloading
the correct version of the application? or there could be an OS
compatibility issue.I am no longer using this script my self I'm using
Installomator for this purpose now.
@Muzaffar @rafiq /usr/bin/security authorizationdb write
system.preferences.dateandtime.changetimezone allow /usr/bin/security
authorizationdb write system.preferences.datetime
authenticate-session-owner-or-adminThis worked for me on VenturaFound it