Earlier tonight, myself & a few others on the #osx-server channel in the macadmins.org Slack started to receive alerts from our macOS Servers running a Caching Service.
Sadly, it was not just the harmless “Caching service unavailable” alerts that you see at times.
Earlier today, I released AutoCasperNBI & AutoImagrNBI 1.3.4. Both of these are now Sierra compatible as well as signed.
For more information about the changes to these apps, see below.
Recently, myself & a few folks have been dealing with issues from profiles deployed via the JSS.
Kitzy has a workaround for the issues affecting 9.82 & screen savers asking for passwords, here.
This was seemingly fixed in 9.9, but other issues have since cropped up & I’ve detailed them below.
So, today was my last day at Pentland. On Monday I start my new role as Systems Engineer at dataJAR.
Below is a simple explanation of why & some hopes for the future.
Earlier today, Google Chrome 50 was released. With this release, there are some changes to the platforms that Google Chrome is supported on.
Below is some detail on this, & how it could affect you.
When looking into the issue in my last post, I found I could no longer access Airwatch’s online API documentation.
Heading to Ask Airwatch & looking for the API documentation revealed why.
With the 8.3 release, Airwatch have started a process of refactoring & remotion of the Uniform Resource Identifier (read: URI) used for API calls.
See below for more information on these changes.
As mentioned before we have some scripts that access Airwatch’s REST API.
Sadly a recent update to our SaaS instance to 188.8.131.52 lead to our scripts failing.
Below is a little post with the resolution.