There may come a time when you need to delete a System Root certificate.
This is not something you should do lightly, but, maybe a cert was
installed by an update that you know is bad. Maybe a cert is expired.
This isn't a huge deal, but, there's no ...
So, I don't know about you, but, when I use the date command it's
usually to match some arcane format. This means I am then scrolling to
the bottom of the date man page to find the name of the man page where
all the format options are listed. Every t...
I'm embarrassed to not have known this until now, but, the joy in the
discovery outweighs the pain of embarrassment, so, here goes. How do you
feel about having your Terminal history split into unique sessions in
the .bash_sessions or .zsh_sessions f...
You may never want this because your policy names match some convention,
or your Self Service display names do, or, whatever. This is just a good
find & replace technique for labels in Jamf that can be used pretty much
anywhere.Anyway, Jamf Nation, I...
Sometimes the macOS version is written in different ways in multiple
places on the file system. It's not (necessarily) consistent. In smart
groups, this can be a little frustrating I suppose, but, just know this
& have a way of handling it... Here is...
1st, Certificate Of Destruction™ is my new band name. 2nd, I found
useful info on page 230 of the the Absolute User Guide. ○ Request Name:
the name of the Data Delete request (this could be the name of a script
you ran to get the info...)○ Identifier...
I can confirm that it still works the way I am using it even on upcoming
macOS versions. I can't speak to the enrollment workflow. You might want
to consider doing all of this to completely disable Software Updates:
also, some of these are OD specific, but, here is a list of directory
service related binaries to check out: dscacheutil dscl dsconfigad