Background:I have a policy in the JSS that runs a script with a series
of Jamf Helper huds. These walk a user through the instructions for
enabling FV2. However I cannot figure out how to force a logout of the
current user. I had this all working rea...
I am in the process of setting up a test jss running 8.73. I built up
the new machine and keep getting this error Could not execute with
administrator privileges. when I try to run the JSSDatabaseUtil to
restore the database. I can run it from the co...
We have a few custom plugins in self service. They are used to open
links to our web help desk and some training documentation. After
upgrading to 8.43 some machines are no longer displaying these plugins.
All Lion machines display fine but a few sno...
I am trying to get the configuration profiles working to deploy 802.1x
to lion machines. If i send the .mobileconfig file everything works
great. That is of course not a good deployment strategy. My issue comes
from importing that into the JSS. It do...
I thought that I would open a dialog about the site design. I am curious
what other users think about it. I think there should be a sorting
option where we can view the latest posts first. That way one does not
have to scroll all the way down to the ...
Because the checkin trigger is going to run things as root it will not
be able to display a password prompt to the console user. You will need
to get the logged in user and then run sudo as that user to display the
prompt. I normally use something li...
I am not quite sure what you are asking for here. Self Service runs
everything as an admin, so I think you might be asking for a script that
gives the account running the script admin rights. But you might check
out Andrina's Git for a script to give...
I use a script to add sites to the exception list. #!/bin/bash
That is really strange, the only other time I saw something like this
was when I issued that removedeprecated command to the SUS. Since we
manage all the updates manually, one must remove the old updates from