I have a script that used to work that cleans up some common home
folders on an auto-login account, but recently I have discovered that it
no longer works. The script is very simple and I see no reason why it
wouldn't work: # Fetch the target user if...
We are in the process of setting up a series or remote accessible M1 Mac
Minis that will all be distributed via Guacamole for students and
faculty that are working off campus and need access to software only
available on campus. One thing we would li...
We have several general use computers with automatic login, and the fact
that Screen Lock (aka: "Require Password after screen saver begins") is
killing us. Every reference I have found to disabling Screen Lock either
refers to the plist from when it...
While we make great use of our logout policies, and they work great for
us, sometimes we want our users to be able to reboot the computers more
quickly, for example when the students want to switch over to our Boot
Camp partition. We would love to wr...
My deployment method involves a policy triggered by enrollment. That
policy runs a script that names my computers based on a CSV stored
online, and at the end of the script, calls the next policy that begins
installing software. Recently, the call to...
I tested both of the preference lines as a local preference and they
worked fine. Was hoping to set it up as a global Configuration Policy,
but it looks like it doesn't apply correctly that way. Kind of a bummer.
I would like to know this as well. I tried the following defaults, but
apparently this is not the proper option anymore.defaults write -g
PMPrintingExpandedStateForPrint -bool TRUEdefaults write NSGlobalDomain
PMPrintingExpandedStateForPrint -bool tr...