I had one of our Systems guys approach me recently asking if there is an
easy way to remotely backup user data and/or access user folders and
selectively back up certain folders. He's a pure Windows guy, and his
example was like using a "\windows-pcC...
I just got signed up for VPP and "purchased" 10 copies of Word, Excel,
and Powerpoint. I also bought some licenses for iAnnotate. When I go to
my JSS, it shows the proper number of licenses but it doesn't populate
the name of the apps, it just shows ...
I tried searching for this, but was unable to find what I was looking
for. We have quite a few users here (enterprise environment) that have
no password on their Macs... and are also administrator users. We
obviously would like to rectify this. I hav...
So what was posted above is the code to use for an Extension Attribute
within JAMF. You can then create a custom search or Smart group based on
the criteria that the Extension Attribute is pulling for you. That's how
we are doing it with Crowdstrike.
Hey guys- So sitting in the same boat now as a lot of you. I've been
able to successfully shoot down using SCCM on our macs in the past, but
we have new management now who is pushing it pretty hard. Most of the
information here is about 2-3 years old...
Thank you for the suggestions! I'll have to give those a closer look.
For now though, from what I can gather, the only way to be able to login
to a machine remotely and copy off user data is to somehow alter the
permissions of the user's data so that...
Thanks for the responses. Basically we are currently looking at long
term solutions for E-discovery, but in the meantime need to be able to
access and "backup" certain users files. At least that is what I'm told.
This was sprung on me at the last min...
I am trying to implement the script posted above on Sierra. It fails
with the following: Running script
softwareupdate_jamf_helper.sh...Script exit code: 255Script result:
Bareword found where operator expected at /Library/Application