I have seen a lot of topics where people talk about running their quick
add packages to re-enroll a mac with the JSS. Maybe I am understanding
what they mean incorrectly, but when I run a quick add package on a
machine that has previously been enroll...
How come I get an email telling me there has been a comment on a post I
have participated in when the comment was made by me? That doesn't make
any sense to me. If I made the comment on the post I obviously know
there was an update to the post and sh...
I have a policy setup that is scoped to a smart computer group
consisting of only MacBooks. The policy is setup to create a shortcut to
a script located in the top level of the directory. The policy runs a
script #!/bin/sh cd /Users/$3/Desktop if [ !...
@chris.kemp I have a pkg that I created with recon and whenever I run it
on a machine that has a record in the JSS, the installer says the
package failed. The only way it works is if I delete the record from the
JSS and run the pkg again. Is there a ...
@sean Thank you for the information I will go ahead and give that a try
and see what I can come up with. It just seems strange that when running
the -f it will find the file whether it is a Finder Alias or a Symbolic
Link when the script is ran local...
It seemed like changing the script a little bit was the solution but
after some more testing that no longer seems to be the case. The edited
script runs without problem on all computers locally but when ran
through the JSS continues to give the error...
I don't have any bookmarked threads. The only option I have checked is
"Send email notifications when I am @mentioned in a post, when someone
comments on posts I've participated in, and on items I've bookmarked". I
even get emails if I create a new t...
I figured out the issue. -L was not checking for an Alias file and the
quotes in the if statement seem to have been causing issues. New script
checks for a file of any type called Backup.sh #!/bin/sh cd
/Users/$3/Desktop if [ ! -f Backup.sh ] then ln...