I'm seeing this, too, but it doesn't seem to have anything to do with it
being managed. Worked fine with iOS 9 and QuickTime version 10.4 (on
Sierra), and then upgraded to iOS 10 on my test device and it no longer
works (with an unmanaged device). Lo...
@The_Lapin and @JustDeWon The script works great, but running the script
alone won't actually submit the newly generated recovery key to the JSS.
The prerequisite for this to work as you need it to first deploy a
configuration profile to the machine(...
From a security standpoint, it makes sense to keep the OS-defaulted
Gatekeeper settings enabled. With some of the malware reports out there,
they seem to all be from installing unsigned third-party packages. So,
as long as apps are from the App Store...
With 9.9, the Windows installer changed to allow for installations into
other directories on the server, so that would be why you got that
additional prompt. Since the upgrade doesn't appear to be taking, a
couple tricks you could try out. First, sto...
Are you seeing that the full package actually gets added onto the JDS in
the /JDS/shares/Caspershare/ location? If it's a larger package, you
could definitely be seeing some oddities possibly dealing with the
timing of the different actions used with...