While I was testing the Zero Touch deployment process on our student
devices, I noticed that there is an option to skip the WiFi step after
reinstalling the OS. I found that if the user decides to skip the WiFi
setup, the device will skip the enrollm...
I've been testing the Zero Touch Deployment directions that I have
received from Apple, in preparation for the Fall semester. Previously we
would image each device with our Configuration. That way everything is
set up for our students so they could j...
Okay here's the problem I'm having right now. I started imaging a lab of
computers this morning. While I was in the process of imaging I noticed
that I was missing a couple of programs that my users want installed.
I've since added those programs to ...
Greetings, I haven't found this answer on here so I figured that I would
ask. I've been using Composer to package all of the software that our
users use, but I've run into a small issue. I have a piece of software,
Lego Mindstorms NXT 2.0, that is re...
Sorry for not responding for a while. I was on vacation from work. With
how the OS works you are asking if you can lock them down to the point
of almost being unusable. I don't think macOS has the ability to lock a
device to a specific application li...
In your configuration profile, there should be a section for security
and privacy. In the latest version of JAMF, you expand that menu and
click on general, that is where you can modify the MacGatekeeper
settings. You have to slide the switch to turn...
Yes, there is a Lock Computer feature in JAMF, not 100% certain what
versions have access to it since I've been using JAMF Pro. I've used
this feature to lock many student and teacher devices. With new
computers, you will have the option to lock the ...
I'm not 100% sure if these are free or not. But the entire list on the
one school's site is the following. A lot of these are from
www.abcya.com Typing Club - www.typingclub.com Typetastic -
typetastic.com www.roomrecess.com play.typeracer.com 10fast...
Unfortunately I do not have a specific site that we use in our distrcit.
After looking at one of our building's websites I found sixteen
different typing sites that they use to teach typing to our elementary
students. I think they allow the students ...