Does anyone out there have Jamf-managed Macs that are deployed in the
role of autonomous kiosks (such as digital signage, visual art
installations, etc)?I'm curious as to what method(s) you have adopted to
manage Energy Saver and Display settings. We...
Informal poll: How many of you have your JSS configured to Include home
directory sizes in your Recon policy? I’m asking because my end-users
are scientists with tons of data files, scripts etc in their homedirs -
which causes recon jobs to run for a...
I have noticed that attempting to set the default user shell to zsh in
the Jamf Directory Binding pane doesn't work. Settings > Computer
Management > Directory Bindings > User Experience > Default User Shell
New users still default to Bash on both Bi...
I have recently created a new policy that is intended to run with the
frequency of "once per user per computer". This is my first time i have
used this type of policy in production. This policy acts as a simple
'on-boarding' policy for new users (it ...
Currently, I deploy my root and intermediate certificates to my managed
Macs using packages that stage the certs into /tmp and then import and
trust the certs in the System Keychain with postinstall scripts. This
has worked well over the years. Howev...
I have the Macs set up with a dedicated user account that uses a login
window profile to manage the automatic login process for the account
etc. This works great. I'm more interested in keeping the Mac
awake/responsive during business hours and allow...
@SebastianH It's a MDM configuration profile (menu.nomad.shares) that
contains a list of AD groups and a list of corresponding SMB shares
basically. Example of some of the NoMAD Shares options: Automount =
yes/no. Yes means that MoMAD mounts the SMB ...