Has anyone successfully deployed the following script to add a computer
to a static group. Goal: Have buttons in Self Service to add a computer
to a static group. $4 is the group ID. #!/bin/sh #API login info
Hi All, We make printers available in Self Service on an as needed basis
currently (as there is no way to connect our print server and Jamf). We
had much success in Mojave with the following:-For our HP Printers and
Kyocera Printers we deploy it as a...
Hi All, We are in the midst of our Jamf Pro deployment campus wide. We
are running into machines not already in the system. Did you enforce the
full extent of your new configuration on those existing users or did you
just add them to a group for trac...
As MacOS doesn't allow you to connect to WiFi on the login screen, they
would have to wire to the network & login with their updated
credentials, they will also be prompted to update their key chain. In
summary - as the Macs can't hit the domain cont...
Sorry, I think I mis-read your question... you are redirecting
~/Library/Application/Microsoft/Teams to a network home folder already?
Maybe run the script to clear it at login, logout, and every time you
I can second your frustration of deploying Symantec. It is a nightmare.
When I did it at my college for ~70 machines it was a nightmare. I
deployed via patch management, everything was approved with KEXT and
SEXTS, but the upgrade required the comput...
I disagree with support there - it should not make a difference whether
it is a manual upgrade or upgrade via installer. It is all pointing at
the same database. I would stop Tomcat, stop SQL, snap all 3 VMs, take a
DB backup, and then try the above ...