Good Afternoon Nation, Currently, our 9-12 student population uses Apple
laptops that we provide for them in a 1:1 environment. Currently, we use
a configuration profile that we assign to our student machines that
block all extensions and Apps other ...
I've just recently upgraded our JSS from 9.83 to 9.96 and noticed that
printers listed under the create policy view are no longer in
alphabetical order but chronological(oldest to newest added) instead.
Not really a big deal, I would like it back the...
First off, is anyone doing this? Most of these machines, around 75% have
2GB of memory the rest have 4. We would like these machine and the rest
of fleet to move to 10.11 over the summer. However, these white unibody
MacBooks are being very difficult...
Hello Jamf Nation, I've just recently become the Systems Admin of the
school district I work in. I was recently tasked with coming up with
suggestions for replacing the our school servers with something "new".
We currently only need a single ESXi hos...
Thanks in advance for any light you can shine on this. I've tried to
find existing information on this on the web and in the JAMF discussion
forums. Unfortunately, I can't find anything related to this. This
really isn't a problem, the imaging proces...
Hello gmce87, Are you working with mobile devices that have their
wireless configured via profile? If so, how are you handling that in
terms of resetting all the profiles? I too have some profiles that I
push via package using policies, and wireless ...
I wanted to chime in that I see the same thing after upgrading from 9.82
to 9.96. So far I have around ~500 machines out of 9800 that are still
reporting the old binary, and I see the same error in the jamf.log from
the few machines I looked at that ...