Enter Jamf Switcher, the app to bring the word faff to the Jamf Marketplace!
For details on how this came to be, see below.
This blog post is concerned with one of those repos, which is titled: JAMFSoftwareServer.log Messages.
The repo can be accessed via the hyperlink above.
This repo contains a list of messages which can appear in the JAMFSoftwareServer.log, with a note as to what action might be required due to the messages being generated.
For more details see below, else click the link & PR’s are welcomed to expand the repo.
Another year, another macOS release & another update to AutoCasperNBI & AutoImagrNBI.
Details of the updates can be found below, as well as the sadness.
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.
So it’s been a busy few months, whilst I’ve generally been falling apart I’ve also been busy with various projects I own or am involved in & a side project to those has had a massive update.
As such, I felt it was a good time to quickly post an update on the goings on. Details below.
This came about as the requirements for an NBI for Imagr are similar to that of Casper Imaging, & so hasn’t been a massive amount of work needed.
AutoImagrNBI differs from AutoNBI in that the end result is a NetBoot Image & not a NetInstall Image. A NetBoot Image is a full OS that can be made available for network booting, whereas NetInstall is a limited environment. AutoImagrNBI can also create a DMG for restoring to external media such as USB sticks.
AutoCasperNBI has been updated to 1.2.0 & this is a MASSIVE release with 39+ issues resolved or enhancements added!
Many thanks to those whom tested, logged issues & enhancements.
There are a number of massive changes, so the Help Guide has been updated too.
The issues are listed below & the latest version of AutoCasperNBI can be found here.
Well today, (whilst presenting at JNUC2014) I’m happy to announce the full release of AutoCasperNBI.
To all those whom helped throughout the beta, be it via JAMFNation, Twitter, ##osx-server IRC or your own blogs & posts: THANK YOU!
I hope you find the app of some use, & that we can develop it further.
For more information, go to: AutoCasperNBI
UPDATE: My fork of ADPassMon has now been merged with main & many changes have been made, for more information follow this link. The Wiki on the GitHub project replaces the details below.
Over the past two posts, I have detailed two issues with 10.9
In looking at resolving issue 1, I revisited Peter Bukowinski’s excellent ADPassMon. This is a great app, but has never quite suited my environment, as such I grabbed the code off of GitHub & got stuck in.
This has resulted in me, on this most foolish of days & with a nervous excitement, announcing my ADPassMon fork. In time I hope this fork joins the is committed to the main release.
So why did I go to all this trouble? What does it do? Read below.