Hey all, I'm trying to disable internal speakers (but leave headphone
functionality intact) on some iMacs (currently running 10.11.5). I'm
using the script from here:
Hey all, I'm wondering if anyone else is seeing this. I apologize in
advance for the wall of text. I'll try to keep it brief. We're doing a
1-1 deployment and our workflow requires the setting up of 2 accounts
(one for "personal" use and another for ...
Hey all, I work in a small school district & I'm working on our new
images (10.7 for WhiMacs & 10.10 for all of the aluminum models) for
deployment this summer. I was hoping to start using configuration
profiles a little more heavily. We tried doing ...
@mm2270 Thanks for explaining this so clearly. I felt disappointed in
myself once I'd figured it out... ("Why didn't I try using the debug key
hours ago!") I've also observed similar behaviour when I'm trying to run
a command via ARD, I would assume ...
Hey all, I figured it out. It wasn't the launchdaemon at all. As I
mentioned earlier, I was using a script from a previous post, which
created a variable: "OUTPUT=audiodevice output ". The original
recommendation was to put the "audiodevice" binary i...
@millersc Hi, thanks for your suggestion. I tried it out, but this also
hasn't resolved my problem. I've attached an image of the composer
breakdown: The 3 files have the following permissions, which I think are
correct:plist - root:wheel 644script -...