By default, when an Office 2019 app is installed, Microsoft AutoUpdate
will automatically launch. I don't want that to happen (we handle
patching Office apps through a patch policy in Jamf), but I'm having
little luck. As part of our Office 2019 depl...
I've been tasked with setting up a few iPads that are locked down to
only show a single PDF. So far I've been able to preload the PDF onto a
test iPad through Jamf and have it appear in the library of the Books
app. I can then set the Books app to si...
So after wasting a day trying various options to get a customized Dock
for users in Catalina, I've settled on DockBuilder. It works well
enough, but when a user logs in and it runs, they get a notification
asking if they want to get notifications fro...
We're moving to a digital signage platform (Carousel) that supports
Apple TVs as playback devices. Now that tvOS 12 supports VPP app
purchases, has anyone come up with a workflow to get a shrinkwrapped
Apple TV (purchased from Apple and enrolled in D...
I'm working on a policy that will automatically install the Sophos
Endpoint Protection client on Macs that are missing it. It installs a
kernel extension, which in High Sierra, end users get prompted to
approve. I want it to silently install in the b...
I'm working on deploying Cortex XDR across our Mac fleet now. On macOS
10.14 and below, it installs a KEXT. On 10.15, it installs a system
extension instead. You'll need to whitelist it separately from the KEXT.
EDIT: Just found Palo Alto's documenta...
Hi @RBlount, I'm trying to work with your script above and coming across
a minor hiccup. If I run it as-is on Catalina from a .sh file invoked
manually through Terminal, it works -- but when it gets to the step
where it executes the jamf setcomputern...
@FritzsCorner thanks for that...using the talkingmoose script to build a
profile works perfectly. @ryan.ball I'm coming across a problem where
DockBuilder isn't setting the breadcrumb prefs file for the users, so it
runs every time someone logs in an...