Sanity check -- several versions back - you used to be able to run "jamf
recon" without sudo. But it appears (I think since 8.4) that sudo is
required for jamf recon. Is it just me? Or is this the same for
I'm pretty confident Apple PS will not mind me sharing this:
RequirementsEnterprise Connect requires the following:OS X Yosemite
(10.10) or laterAn Active Directory domainConnectivity to the network
hosting the Active Directory domain An Active Direc...
So this is all you need. This also should account for a user that has a
non-standard home directory. #!/bin/bash IFS=$' ' currentUser=$(stat -f
%Su /dev/console) currentUserHome=$(/usr/bin/dscl . -read
/Users/$currentUser NFSHomeDirectory | sed -n 's...
You are over-thinking that EA. You don't need to do that logic. Just set
the EA type to "date." Let the JSS do the logic for you. Plus - dates
take up alot less room in your database than strings, and are much more