Imagr may be the new kid on the Mac imaging block, but for those of us using the Casper Suite it can offer an alternative imaging method with little extra effort.
The post expands upon the above, explaining the niche use cases for Imagr for those of us using the Casper Suite
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 within the release notes alongside the AutoCasperNBI and can be found here.
On the last day of JNUC2014, I gave my first public talk. The session was dedicated to AutoCasperNBI and the Casper NetInstall Creator.
You can find a video of the talk here, with the other sessions videos from JNUC2014 being available here.
Many thanks to those whom attended, I think the session went well. Lots of humour (some unintended), & some great collaboration. Especially in the Q&A.
Also, a special mention to those whom beta-tested AutoCasperNBI & my JAMF buddies Dan & Nick (mostly for putting up with me).
Below are some links to the content that was covered, as well as some links from the Q&A.
If you hang around on JAMFNation, you may have seen the “AutoCasperNBI – open beta” thread.
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