We have a Mac mini (M1, 2020) model that we primarily remote into. Some
of these macs are having an issue with the mouse pointer
ghosting/lagging on the remote client mouse significantly.These are
headless machines. We've setup mini's like this for y...
Is it possible to search on the existence of a network service? I'm
thinking of an extension attribute or smart group or something of the
like.We specifically want to track if the Cortex network service called
"Cortex XDR Network Filter" is installed...
We are performing an upgrade in place on a big sur mac and on first log
in user was prompted to store files in iCloud.This is on a JAMF enrolled
mac.We would like to disable this prompt from existing workstations that
are being upgraded to Monterey. ...
Using the built in VNC server, we have users who connect to macs and
sometimes forget to disconnect. I would love to have a way to manually
kick off any connected VNC connection. I know you can do this with
RealVNC, but I cant find a way to do it wit...
I just wanted to report back that this is working as intended. I had a
typo in the above script. this script in this reply is working perfect
for identifying if the Cortex Network Filter is installed and active.
Thanks again to IamGroot.---#!/bin/bas...
So following the lead you started.. I thought to check the network plist
file to see if the reference to the filter exists. and it does! This
code seems to do what I want it do #!/bin/bashif grep -q "Cortex XDR"
Thank you IamGroot. You are correct that it doesn't show up because it
is a Content Filter. That did give me a lead though. I found some other
people asking the same thing, but no clear solution yet. It did give me
a better way to phrase the question...