The GitHub page for createOSXinstallPkg mentions that the Yosemite
installer does not work with flat
I built a new distribution package containing ...
I just encountered a 2nd Mac that refuses to NetBoot from the NetSUS. It
is a 13-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2014) Retina which shipped with Yosemite
10.10 14A389 (standard build). One thing I immediately noticed is the
initial boot screen has a black back...
In our Casper NetBoot, we launch Casper Imaging after auto-login for use
with Pre-Stage and AutoRun (for conference room Macs that aren't
encrypted). If a user needs to wipe an encrypted disk, they can cancel
the login to Casper Imaging and run the f...
Enabling Location Services in our Mountain Lion image has been driving
me crazy. After some googling and playing with fseventer, I was able to
throw together the following script that works in our image workflow at
reboot. #!/bin/bash launchctl unloa...
We applied the NetSUS 5.0.1 update but were still having issues applying
10.15 updates. We discovered the updated version of Darwin and catalog
were not added to the .htaccess file. The fix was to append
/srv/SUS/html/content/catalogs/.htaccess with ...
@sdagley Prior to 2018, I had very little familiarity with AWS. I
encountered some minor obstacles with learning how different services
integrate and dealing with dependencies. All of the AWS resources were
created using Terraform (infrastructure as ...
I am also interested in standing up Apple SUS, either NetSUS or
Reposado, in AWS. Have you had any progress on this front? We just built
out our Jamf Pro server in AWS and are in the process of migrating from
an on-prem environment. Having SUS in the...
Apple published a support doc on how to download Sierra.
https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208202 You can still download it
through the Mac App Store.
I'm not sure on the NetInstall Image Creator side of things. If you are
looking for alternatives, I have found that using AutoDMG to make a base
image and then AutoCasperNBI to make the NetBoot Image works very well
and is working in our environment ...