So I've had a few users on Big Sur reporting that after they enter their
password, their systems freeze at the progress bar, and never get to the
desktop. One user had it sit for several hours. Only doing a hard shut
down and then logging in again wo...
Anyone having luck blocking USB connected printers? I've built a config
profile and pushed it out to a test machine, and as soon as I do, the
printers that I've added via Self Service disappear. I've tried allowing
managed printers, added the printer...
I've had a policy in Self Service with a script to uninstall Code42
CrashPlan, the script simply called /Library/Application
Support/CrashPlan/Uninstall.app and it would uninstall, even for
non-admin users. Now today I am getting prompted to enter ad...
Anyone having trouble with macOS 10.15.6 or 10.15.7 installers not
caching to targeted systems? I've built a new package for 10.15.7 and
trying to deploy it to /Applications. Policy runs just fine, finishes,
but the installer is not placed in /Applic...
Hoping someone can help me out with this - I need to drop a file in
~/Downloads when deploying software during our automated enrollment. We
use Slack for internal messaging, and there is a preconfigured Slack
token that will populate our Workspace UR...
My systems, including the Intel that previously showed as 13.0, now all
show 13.0.0. How is your Smart Group criteria set? I have mine for
Operating System Version Like 13, and this pulled both 13.0 and 13.0.0
correctly in to the group.
The machine you're updating, is already on Monterey 12.x? If so, then
updating to 12.6.1 is a minor update, and I've never seen prompt for
admin password. Updating to Ventura did however require an admin
password when using System Preferences/Softwar...
On an M1 that I updated yesterday the version shows 13.0.0, and on an
Intel machine that I updated just now it shows 13.0. The only difference
that I know between the two was the M1 was running the beta, then RC1 -