We have a policy that uses the Software Updates payload to force users
to install macOS updates. By default it's set to run once a month, so
users get prompted to install updates, but sometimes there aren't any
updates to install. So it pesters users...
I wanted to block our users from installing Monterey until we get a
chance to test it in our environment.So I downloaded and launched the
installer, then opened Activity Monitor to get the process name.The
installer showed up as:Install macOS Montere...
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@sdagley Your script would require manual updates every time Apple
releases an update.After I posted my question yesterday, I came up with
a better method, but I'm still not where I want to be.We allow users to
run the current and previous major rele...
FWIW: I grabbed the copy from Github. Latest commit 9fed984 on May 2,
2015.We have some Macs running VMware Fusion, some with VirtualBox VMs,
and some with Parallels. (And some with more than one of those!)The
script is supposed to find all three, bu...
Domo Arigato, @MrRoboto . In my environment, users are admins and are
allowed to install approved updates. I still have users running Mojave
and Catalina, and I want them to update to Big Sur, but not Monterey
(yet). So blocking InstallAssistant won'...
I'm not familiar with DEPNotify, though I did just read the DEPNotify
readme file.It's not clear to me how DEPNotify can solve this problem.
If there's a feature in DEPNotify to run a script/package/whatever after
the user is logged in, I'm not seein...