So does anyone know what the key value is for the checkbox in this
screenshot?Basically we want to disable the ability for a user tock the
box to not show the message again. If Outlook detects a script, we want
people to be alerted to it.I'm fairly c...
So we are in the process of migrating to Outlook 365.Previously, we have
used the infamous Talking Moose method of setting up Outlook for our
users.This is easily adaptable to use for O365, but existing users may
pose a problem. I'm looking for a cle...
Before installing Adobe apps, I've typically had a script run that kills
all running Adobe Apps... because users don't listen or read. Normally
I've used ps aux | grep Adobe | grep -v grep | killall Adobe or pkill
Adobe* ... and its worked very well ...
I've been using NetSUS for a while now without a problem and really love
it.Sierra has been a bit of a tricky once but finally got it
working.However, it seems like its not making deprecated updates
available even though I have them checked as availa...
So its been recommended that I try using NetSUS.I'v installed it on our
CentOS server and seems to be functioning from the back-end.I'm getting
all the updates synced and can create branches.However when I set a
client to the NetSUS server, I get "An...
So I'm testing out NoMad and I'm looking for the same behavior: I'm
logged into Computer1 and am logged into NoMad. I change my AD password
on a different device (we'll call it computer 2), I get the alert to
re-sign in because it detected a password...
The actual name of the key is EnableSendMessageWithScript The Boolean
value is YES if you check the box and hit send. It will then always send
emails with scripts without asking.If you change it to NO, it will
always NOT send emails with scripts with...
Well, in true Outlook fashion, I think I found the answer.So initially
there is no key for this setting. If you click the 'Don't Show Again'
box, it creates a key that is either don't allow scripts, or do allow
scripts. If that key exists, it doesn't...
Sure...The SCEP setup in Casper is pretty straight forward. It is mostly
reliant on your Internal CA/PKI and your SCEP server.The payload itself
will generate an identity certificate in the users keychain that is
named after their User Principal Name...