We use network Time Machine to back up our Macs and have them pointed at
two different Synology NAS boxes as backup destinations. To keep an eye
on our Macs as they complete (or don't complete) backups, I'm hoping to
create an Extension Attribute in ...
I just download Install macOS Ventura.app from the app store onto a Mac,
package it up using MegaPKGr.zsh since it's too big for Composer to
handle alone, upload it as a package to Jamf Pro, and deploy it to Macs
Sure—that policy is pretty simple. I just host the package in Jamf Pro,
add it to the policy, and then scope the policy to a smart group that
looks for Macs that don't have Install macOS Ventura.app installed. What
method have you been using since th...
Hey Michael. These are the commands I'm using. They worked with Monterey
last year and they work with Ventura this year as well. These commands
assume that you're allowing end-users to initiate the installation via
Self Service, and that Install macO...
Just an update here in case anyone finds this thread. What ended up
working for me was the script in this post contributed by @jltrenary on
Thanks @Hugonaut. I found an array in com.apple.TimeMachine.plist that
might work. It's located under Destinations/Item 0 and is called
SnapshotDates. These are a close match to the backup dates that I'm
seeing by simply mounting the network drive in...