Hi all, I'm aware similar posts have been made before but none seemed to
work for the way I wanted to do this so hopefully I can help out some
others too. A while back I was tasked with setting our corporate
screensaver on all of our Mac's, when firs...
Happy Friday everyone! I'm sure that I'm probably missing something very
obvious to the right person... My experience with bash is currently
limited (hopefully not for too long!). I'm trying to mount an SMB share
using the below script, there is more...
We've started seeing this over the past couple of days too. Both on Big
Sur and Monterey.We don't bind new devices anymore, but still have many
that are still bound (in the process of migrating to Jamf Connect).When
those that are still bound inevita...
We've had four of these since Saturday (12/06/2021) and a couple more
earlier on in the month. All of the ones experiencing the issue are
running Big Sur. We still have a large proportion on Catalina, none have
had this issue.Three are on 11.2.3, one...
@asher.wilkinson I've actually just finished creating somehting like
this. It might not be exactly what you're looking for, as I doubt we're
using the same password management tool, though hopefully it will spark
a few bright ideas. In our case we're...
This should do it #!/bin/bash sudo -u $3 defaults write -g
NSUserKeyEquivalents -dict-add "Lock Screen" -string "@l" Though I found
I needed to reboot for it to work globally after applyingUntil I
rebooted it would only work in some applications