I'm a bit at a loss here. We've finally set up our new imaging system
(specifically 10.10 in this case) and unlike previous rounds, I created
this image completely from scratch. I'm using a monolithic image system
as my department usually has the sam...
So I'm configuring some Default User Template LaunchAgents to configure
a default screensaver for some of my company's most popular fan art.
(It's actually been really well received by the team). They're designed
as first-run images when they log int...
I know this isn't specifically for JAMF, but I'm hoping someone here
might have some idea on what to do here. I'm still trying to get my
group to try Casper, but it's stuck in limbo at the moment, so I'm
trying to accomplish the processes in DeploySt...
While I suspect I already know the answer to the question, I thought I
should at least ask. A nice feature of the PC MBT imaging system is that
it actually creates the entry for the PC within Active Directory upon
the initial imaging. Is there anythi...
So I'm pushing out a new version of our various images (10.10-10.7). I
have a few different versions of each, some designed to repartition the
drive, some designed to just do an Erase and Install. I have a handful
of Macs that will see my NetRestore ...
I wanted to make sure I posted the solution @nessts provided on another
page. He showed me a very simple thing I needed to add to the end of my
script: killall cfprefsd Solved the problem entirely. While if you go
into System Preferences, it still sh...
@nessts You sir, are a bucking genius. That was it. While System
Preferences still shows the previously selected screen saver, the
correct screensaver actually shows up, which is all I really care about.
This has been driving me nuts in one way or an...
@rziemski 1) Dubious permission error?If you manually run the launch
agent using launchctl unload and load maybe this error is coming up.
LaunchAgents display that if the permissions on the file/folder have
more than just the Admin having write acces...
@nessts I know this is a couple months old, but I'm trying to do pretty
much the same thing as your script, but whenever I run it, the stylekey
never changes. While the .plist will say the desired stylekey (In this
case, Flipup), when I activate the ...
That makes sense, gachowski. I actually use a Python script to change
the desktop background for 10.9 and 10.10
(https://gist.github.com/gregneagle/6957826). I have found that the
actual saved settings for the screensaver are in the ByHost preference...