Since the release of the Safari 10 update, we've encountered a strange
issue where a small handful of clients will no longer open the browser.
Nothing in the logs and not even a single bounce in the dock when
clicked. It occurs under all users on the...
In your 1:1 schools, what are you guys doing for end of year processes?
I'm on the 3rd year of our deployment at our middle school and I
followed the process of simply wiping/updating each device at the end of
the year. At the start of the new school...
I noticed in the JSS that you can add AirPrint printers as a payload in
configuration profiles but I can't seem to find much documentation on
this. On a test profile, I configured AirPrint with the IP address of
our Printopia server as well as the re...
A nagging issue I've always encountered here and there with our Mac
deployment is that when a client computer loses the current date/time,
the keychain is "broken" and as such, any password-protected known Wi-Fi
networks can't be joined. This situati...
I'm in the process of making a restrict apps mobile device smart group
but I need to limit it to only a select group of students. I assumed the
following would work but it doesn't seem to pick up my test devices, any
ideas? ( Enrollment Method: PreSt...
We used to be an all Mac shop as well, but we started to migrate away
from Apple on the server side after the Xserve was discontinued, that
was the writing on the wall. We moved to Windows for most core network
services, file servers, and replaced OD...
If you "Search GSX" with the serial number of the unit, you'll see the
following prompt: You can also have the user's log in to iCloud.com,
look at Find My iPhone and drop it out from there. It might be a good
process to have the help desk do that ea...
Not sure how it works for Enterprise, but in Edu we can call directly to
AppleCare and do mail-in repairs. It's a lot more convenient than
running to the Apple Store, especially if you have a lot of volume. You
can also set up mail in repairs directl...
You can virtualize macOS via VMware Fusion easily, a high-spec'ed Mac
Pro should be able to handle what you're trying to do. IIRC, ESXi is
also supported on the Mac Pro, not sure if it supports macOS guests