We use Casper Suite to manage devices at our school district. Today, we
discovered that students are finding other student devices using the
Network list and enabling a Screen Sharing session, connecting with the
student victim's username and passwor...
Running JSS 9.62 with intentions to update to 9.65 in the coming weeks
or months. I am creating a Netboot image to prepare for summer imaging
and would like to be on the latest Casper Suite tools when we upgrade
the JSS without having to redo our Net...
Running Casper Suite 9.62 I am experimenting with using iBeacon to
promote a user in the iBeacon range to an admin and then demote the user
when they are out of range. The documentation I'm using can be found
here. I see in the jamf.log that when the...
Casper Suite 9.3JSS Server: Mac OS X 10.8.5Client OS: 10.9.4 Set up a
Configuration Profile with Login Window section configured to 'Show Shut
Down Button'Scoped appropriately to the client, but the client still
does not see the Shut Down button at t...
Is there a way to do batch target disk mode in Casper Imaging, but also
put in custom settings, like under the advanced tab? We
populate the ARD text field 1 with our district asset tag ID number for
each computer, but we do not know how to image a b...
For our short term fix, we have created a Restricted Software rule to
kill 'Screen Sharing.app' for all student devices, which seems like it
will do the trick. Long term, I will re-evaluate having all users with
screen sharing capabilities, likely go...
I completely agree that the first thing to respond to is the fact that
students are getting each others' passwords. For some reason, they are
convincing other students to share their information in our Student
Information System, which also has their...
You right though, what you should end up with should be effectively a
never booted computer install stored as a DMG. "Should" as in "this is
expected behavior in the current version of Casper Suite"? Or "should"
as in "yes, I agree that the software ...
@Look I may be misunderstanding your explanation, but how is that any
different than re-compiling when I make a change in a standard
configuration? I would expect that a smart configuration, upon
initiating a compile, would cache all FirstRun package...
@johnnasset I also just compiled a configuration and it did not include
any of the FirstRun scripts/packages. I imaged via target mode imaging
and used a local share on the imaging workstation, which only had the
compiled image in the CompiledConfigu...