Thanks to the awesome community I managed to find various preference
domains and their keys but I would much more prefer to find the answers
myself.How do you extract the preference domain for something within the
macOS and how do you extract the ava...
Apple has added a very cool build in translation service right into the
OS but for enterprise security reasons I would like to enable and lock
the On-Device Mode setting. I checked the build in config profiles on
Jamf Pro and did not see anything the...
I created a new policy that creates a new local user on the target
device. Which works, I can see it in system preferences and I can see
the newly created user folder in /Users but when I try to logon it says
the password is wrong.JUST to make sure I...
I previously used a PLIST for managing Chrome and Edge including pushing
2 extensions for all users. This worked, it pushed them in an active
state, no problems. Seeing you can now get nice JSON config files that
let you toggle any setting within Jam...
I have several little scripts that writes to default files for various
things. In order to make sure it writes to the users defaults I use
loggedInUser to pull the logged in user. All this works 100% through the
terminal but when I run it via a scrip...
I decided to run the commands one by one inside terminal and noticed
that it barks at that last one. I get the following error "Failed to
commit preference changes (Permission denied).".I saw on some other
posts a suggestion to address the network po...
Hi, what target systems is this going to? I'm trying your exact script,
I copied and pasted it... And while it looks unlocked it will still ask
the user for admin username and password when they click apply.I need to
be able to give users the power t...
Just curious. I noticed that regardless how many times the inventory is
updated Self Service will still offer patches to users who self updated
like with Chrome, Firefox and Edge. Is this expected behavior or is
something wrong at my end?