I recently started at a new college and am finally settled in and
working on Jamf/Mac related items. One of the things that was brought up
was having user profiles stored externally on hard drive. It was
explained to me that students had external har...
I'm running into an interesting issue in getting network drives mapped.
At the university I work at we're using each individuals SID to map
their network drives so: storage/homes/SID I've modified the below
script for our environment, !/bin/bash Auth...
I can confirm that the following worked for me, granted I maybe going to
the long route in doing all of this. I simply did it this way in order
to have one main policy with separate packages for the various pieces of
software. Doing this allows me to...
Using the above script from @sirsir I had to run it using the File and
Processes section of a policy, this exceuted the script to run as root
user. I had tried to run it as a script and kept running into a secure
token issue, executing it as the root...
I've written a script that pulls down the exact installer from Apple
directly, downloads it to the Applications folder, installs it, and then
moves it to the trash bin. Yes it's a bit excessive but it has worked so
far, in my environment I don't have...
In the past I've used a csv file to test this and now have followed that
up with simply copying the serial number column and pasting that into
the spot in ASM. That method worked for me, hope it helps!