Hello, I recently moved my DP to a Windows server. Ever since, my
AutoPKG recipes fail with an error message: Error mounting url:
None The path to the DP is smb:...
Hello, Long story short, I'm trying to create a Self Service policy that
will "opt" the computer in to a policy that will wipe the specified user
data upon logout/logon. Here is how I've been going about it. Create an
Automator app called "EmptyFolde...
Hello, I manage a handful of labs. I am trying to use MySides to
configure the Finder Sidebar to be basically empty. I installed the
MySides binary on my target machines. When I run "mysides remove all" in
terminal on the local machine, it works exac...
Hello, I am setting up a small lab that will be open to the public. I
want to lock down the browsers as much as possible. Chromium has this
nice list of all available keys to use in a mobileconfig, along with
example configs.. I cannot find such a li...
Hello. I've done a lot of searching on this, but I haven't found a
solution. I feel like this is something that should be easy, but thus
far that has not been the case. All I want to do is set user preferences
for Google Chrome, so that when a user o...
@DaK3ll3r Yes! It seems that AutoPKG needs the DP to be the root volume.
So instead of smb://servername/OIT-DiskStation/CasperShare, I changed it
to smb://servername/CasperShare and it now works no problem!
Any idea why the policy execution isn't showing in the logs? I put your
script as a policy payload with a startup trigger. It works great but
the log still says "pending", and so it runs again the next time I
restart the computer. Or should I be runn...
@ryan.ball, strange thing.. the Finished.txt file was not created, but
the policy log says "File exists". At any rate, I added Startup as a
trigger and that seems to do the trick. No idea why it makes a
difference but it's working now.. with Finished...