Summary: the sysadminctl -secureTokenOn command seems to let me reset
any user's password to whatever I want, instead of doing what it should
be doing and verifying the user's password while granting them a Secure
Token. So I've been doing some testi...
Saw this on Wired and was curious if anyone has thought about addressing
It seems like certain Macs, when installing a firmware update, don't
I'm looking to use Self Service to allow a small, select group of users
to do a full wipe and reinstall of their OS. We use DEP for them to
enroll their computers, and they can already do OS upgrades via Self
Service, but they are also requesting the...
I'd like to manage the Adobe Flash plugin settings in Safari using a
configuration profile. I see that you can upload a custom plist file,
and I've found Apple's documentation on what key settings to set
We're starting to encrypt all Macs with FileVault 2, and I'm curious how
other people approach the project, specifically in regards to shared
workstations. For single-user computers, FileVault is no problem, since
you can just enable the one user. Ho...
Yeah that does sound similar. It was a surprise when I ran across it
while doing some other testing, then tried to reproduce the issue in a
number of different ways. That poster said that the user was not able to
enable FV because of the password mis...
@Rosko I have not modified the script except for the user variables. I
did a lot of testing and reading other posts, and what ended up working
for me was a suggestion someone had about having to launch the Installer
app as the logged-in user before r...
@Rosko I've been trying to get the script to run and keep getting this
error: Launching jamfHelper as FullScreen... Launching startosinstall...
Error: __28-[OSISClient targetForPath:]_block_invoke, Couldn’t
communicate with a helper application. Erro...
This thread was very helpful:
I have gone with creating a launch agent for registering the
applications and a configuration profile for enforcing aut...