Hello All,I'm researching other solutions to deploying cert-based WiFi
authentication via Jamf Pro for our office Macs. I'm familiar with the
AD CS connector, but our cyber security team will not open network
traffic to ports 443, 8443, etc. I don't ...
Hi All,I'm trying to use this script to determine if a Mac's uptime is 5
days or longer, then output results as "Yes" if so, and "No" if not. But
when configured as an EA, it only gives the "No" result. What am I
missing?#!/bin/bash# Get the system u...
Hi All, I'm struggling to find the best way to go about forcing or
lightly pushing an end user to completely log out and back into their
Mac to enable FileVault2. I have a FV2 config profile set to enable at
user login, but can't seem to find any scr...
I'm very new to scripting and packaging, so go easy on me I'm wanting
to create a .pkg that copies a file folder containing specific user app
settings (payload) to ~/Library/Preferences. I've been scouring the web
for tips on how to accomplish this ...
Hi All, this issue has come up a number of times in my org. After some
begrudging fixes via user account deletion/home folder saving, or
straight up re-image/Jamf re-enrollment, I finally stumbled upon a
possible fix. Basically, I used the local admi...
Sorry to dig this up from the archives, but I have a novice question:
which log file path should I be using where it shows
YOURLOGFILE="/path/to/your/log/file.log" in the script? Is this
referring to the Jamf.log file? The Directory Service log file?
I ended up having to piecemeal this script suggestion with some other
scripting, and it works perfectly now. Thanks for the insight about the
config profile as well. I'm going to save that project for later on down