We use several mac minis as caching servers in some of my company's
locations around the world. To be able to access them remotely, we need
our screensharing utility (Bomgar) to be approved in Security & Privacy
> Screen Recording. It is important th...
This is an issue we ran in to when deploying the macOS 10.14 Mojave
upgrade to a group of pilot computers. In our lab tests everything
worked fine, but I'll explain why the issue cropped up and the required
solution here in case anyone else finds it ...
In our environment we use a custom Guest account to be used in the break
room. We have a script that runs on startup that sets the dock the way
we need it for that environment (SetDockItems.sh). Mojave's user
approval requirement means that any time ...
"New Network Interfaces Have Been Detected" We do a lot of imaging of
iOS devices at work and this pop-up comes up every time I plug in a
device to be imaged. Does anyone know what is causing it and how to
suppress it? Seems like a networksetup thing...
I just ran into this issue and running recon in verbose mode like
@ryan.ball suggested helped me diagnose. I saw that the recon was
hanging on a specific extension attribute, so I ran the script from that
extension attribute manually and something ha...
Workaround Update For those curious about the engineering solution we've
been working on, I'll update this post with notes/process.
Requirements1. Pre-Stage macOS Mojave Installer and JAMF QuickAdd.pkg to
the machine.2. Ensure machine is connected vi...
Welp, this is still an utter mystery to me. I've done a shotgun
whitelist approach to no avail including all variants of the script
itself, sh, bash, osascript, etc. I took a look at the
com.apple.TCC/tcc.db database before and after clicking the app...