Wondering what you all do when you need to whitelist multiple system
extensions. So far I've only ever had a single configuration profile for
white listing all of my needed system extensions. But sometimes only a
small number of my users need a parti...
As you probably know, users can now use a toggle within Outlook to
enable the New Outlook. But not all of the features our users rely on
have been added to the New Outlook yet and we've gotten some tickets
about it. We deployed a configuration profil...
This is definitely random, but if you're ever curious about what
percentage of your users have their Mac's appearance set to Light, Dark,
or Auto, I wrote an extension attribute script that will display that
info! #!/bin/sh # Displays the Appearance ...
Right now my method is to have Self Service open to the Updates tab. I
have policies just for Updates that call the main policy for each app.
Let's say it's an update to Atom. I scope the policy to a smart group
called Atom Is Installed and Exclude t...
Actually, figured out the issue. Even though it appears in the finder as
the file path I listed above, when I drag into Terminal it shows the
same file path as what Paul has in his EA script. So everything is
working on my end!
Thank you so much, @pbowden! I've put that into effect and I'm starting
to see data populating into my smart group. Weirdly on my Mac I don't
have a com.microsoft.Outlook folder in my ~/Library/Containers folder.
Do you know why that might be? Outloo...