I'm seeing this popup on some of our users devices since the upgrade to
Monterey, but I'm not entirely sure what it's trying to do, and it seems
like I need to know in order to prevent it from popping up by automating
what it's trying to do. I think ...
I'm trying to add a warning to our Big Sur installer in Self Serve. I
have the policy set to make sure users have to view the description, but
that doesn't seem to be enough.I've made a script with jamfHelper. It's
a simple warning message to back up...
I'm trying to deploy FortiClient 7.0.2, and I have some questions about
order of operations and whether this is going to cause trouble on
specific OS versions. I still have some more testing to do but it seems
to work on the one I tried, but maybe it...
I've got a PKG Big Sur installer, and I've started caching it on devices
needing it.I'm wondering if there's a way that I can run the cached
installer with the --agreetolicense --nointeraction flags or if running
the package Install Cached removes an...
I'm looking to simplify our installation of our new helpdesk agent,
SysAid Agent, on our Macbooks, but that software needs us to manually
enter the server information settings after install. There doesn't seem
to be a .plist file with the configurati...
Is there an easy way to check what cert password it's trying to install
in the keychain? That is primarily what I'm having trouble with. I'm not
sure if there are any specific logs I should be looking at, as I've done
very little with certs on Mac.
I was unaware of that. That changes things. My concern was that a lot of
our users don't have very fast internet (some don't have it), so I guess
my line of thinking was that if we cached the PKG (I figured installing
the PKG would run the actual ins...