OK, We've finally moved on. JAMF was right and imaging is at least a
giant pain in the rear. We're beyond imaging now and will launch User
Based enrollment in two weeks. To help meet the functionality we desire,
I've come up with a new method for onb...
I have MANY ways around this, but I am wondering if others have noticed
that the last version of Casper Imaging (9.98) and it's immediate
predicessor, do not allow you to choose an account picture when using
the advanced settings to setup an account ...
OK, I admit that I am in the early stages of researcing this issue.
However, after upgrading to 9.98 I'm experencing a consistant issue
where a previously imaged machine, with saved autorun data, will NOT
execute my First Run Script when being re-ima...
After pre-stage imaging, I've seen a few machines where the management
and a user account ended up with the same UID (501). This is obviously
horribly BAD, though easily fixable. Long story short, one day we imaged
just under 400 mixed BYOD laptops v...
Yep. This is kind of my philosophy as well. Currently a combo with
Cylance, but I hope to pull back on that in the future. Would be nice to
run only this, but I will see how this rolls over the next few months.
Funny, I thought that I had commented here already. Must have been
another thread. As an FYI, the Launch Daemon
a number of admins have been using to check against, is now instal...
I'd be happy to help revisit some things I was working on a few years
back to do just this. Specifically, I was migrating accounts on the fly.
(local to local) by, essentially deleting the DSCL record, renaming the
users home directory (While snaggin...
The following worked for me yesterday. Though I am running an up-to-date
version of Big Sur on the machine that downloaded it. sudo
/usr/sbin/softwareupdate --fetch-full-installer --full-installer-version
I can't swear to this, but in my understanding, the IP address is the IP
address that the computer has (as reported in System Preferences), and
the "Reported IP Address" is where the JAMF Pro server sees the traffic
coming from. In our case, the repo...