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Monday June 16

09:30
Device Enrollment Program: iOS Activation Procedur...

iOS devices automatically connect to the Mobile Device Management (MDM) server during setup if the device is enrolled into the Device Enrollment Program (DEP) and is assigned to an MDM server.

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Wednesday June 11

08:04
Disabling Mail services on OS X Server

You can customize which Mail services are running in the OS X Server. For example, you can disable POP if you want to use IMAP exclusively.

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Tuesday June 10

10:26
iPhoto for Mac: Troubleshooting ordering prints an...

Use these steps to troubleshoot Print Services issues.

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10:10
Xsan 2.3 or later: Deactivating a storage pool

It may be necessary to deactivate (down) an Xsan data storage pool in a volume, but retain access to data on other storage pools within the volume. You may need to do this if there is a LUN issue in an Xsan storage pool and Xsan clients are unable to mount the Xsan volume, for example.

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Monday June 9

15:10
Apple Configurator: Transitioning to Apple Deploym...

You can deploy Mac and iOS devices in education and business environments using Apple Configurator or the Apple Deployment Programs. This article helps you decide which to use.

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03:29
Episode Nine – Change the People

Pardon the break, we’re back with a long-ago recorded episode to give you all flashbacks to the MacIT conference, audibly. Hopefully the sound quality is passable, as it was recorded under less-than ideal conditions, but what an episode! We have Duncan McCracken, newly added to the advisory board of the MacIT conference, being prodded by Charles Edge (returning host and now former CTO of 318, Inc.) about Australian Rules ‘Football’ and animals down under. Originally titled ‘#@$% Off Nerds, This is Sportland’, we somehow skipped the need for an explicit tag. And as the delay in the publishing of this episode might lead one to suspect, this may very well end season one. It’s been a great run, and my thanks to all of the participants and listeners for helping me entertain y’all up until now.Special thanks indeed to Mike Boylan, Pepijn Bruienne, Charles Edge, Graham Gilbert, Luis Giraldo, Sam Keeley, Andrina Kelly, Michael Lynn, Ed Marczak, Seb Nash, Derick Okihara, Tim Perfitt... | Read more »

Friday June 6

11:19
In-app purchased content is not deployed to manage...

In-app purchased content is designed to be downloaded using the app that offers the content. This content isn't deployed from Apple Configurator, Mobile Device Management (MDM) or Profile Manager.

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Wednesday June 4

10:29
What's new in iAd Workbench?

June 2014 update

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Tuesday June 3

10:47
Patchoo! Casper patching done right.

 Patchoo is here and aims to bring some Munki-esque features and workflow to Casper. We all know that Casper has some gaps around patch deployment. Whilst Casper 9 somewhat improves capabilities there is still no cohesive way for an end user to install 3rd party and Apple Software Updates. Munki does this (and much more) effortlessly.There have been many discussions and great scripts shared on JAMFnation, but again none of them could bring the same user experience and admin capabilities that Munki could provide. Originally Patchoo started life with a even sillier name (munki for jamf a.k.a. junki) and was a project to integrate munki into Casper by pulling data from the JSS. After a lot of head scratching, I couldn’t come up with... | Read more »

Monday June 2

06:00
Securing a Munki deployment with Puppet SSL certif...

Munki and Puppet have become very popular tools in the last few years, and make a great team for Mac management.  While Puppet is inherently secure due to its use of client-certificate based SSL for all communication, most Munki deployments still run over plaintext HTTP.  One of the best features of Puppet is its included Certificate Authority, and we can make great use of this to secure other services such as Munki.Running Munki over HTTP is problematic for two reasons. First, it leaves organizations open to man-in-the-middle attacks, whereby an attacker can compromise a machine with Munki installed by spoofing the DNS entry for the server hosting the repository.  By doing this, clients will check into the attacker’s server and install any software or configuration presented.  This can easily result in compromised machines, and this is especially important for machines which leave a secure campus network.The second issue with having a Munki repository served over HTTP is that the... | Read more »

Saturday May 31

17:24
Looking Forward to MacTech Conference 2014

It’s hard to believe, but the fifth, yes the fifth, annual MacTech conference will be held this year in Los Angeles, CA at the beautiful Manhattan Beach Marriott from November 5th-7th, with a full day of pre-conference workshops occurring on November 4th. I’ve been fortunate enough to have been able to attend MacTech Conference every year since it’s inception, and trust me, it is not an event you’ll want to miss. MacTech Conference consistently has some of the best session content from some of the most talented speakers in the industry along with the best evening networking-building events you’ll ever experience, period.It may seem a bit early to begin thinking about/planning for a conference that isn’t until November, but the discounted room rate for the hotel (link below) is expected to sell out quickly. Also, MacTech is offering an amazing “super early bird” discount price of just $899 until June 15th. That’s a $600 savings over the normal cost of a ticket.Highlights to... | Read more »

Friday May 30

05:55
About Java for OS X 2014-001

Java for OS X 2014-001 includes installation improvements, and supersedes all previous versions of Java for OS X. This package installs the same version of Java 6 included in Java for OS X 2013-005.

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Wednesday May 28

10:10
OS X Mavericks v10.9.1: Repeated prompts to unlock...

After logging in, you are repeatedly prompted to unlock the "Local Items" keychain in multiple apps.

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Friday May 23

12:15
Final Cut Pro X 10.1: Scroll bars intermittently d...

The horizontal and vertical scroll bars might intermittently disappear in the Event Browser and Timeline in Final Cut Pro X 10.1.x. This can occur after you pair a mouse or trackpad with your MacBook Pro (Retina, Late 2013) or Mac Pro (Late 2013).

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Thursday May 22

12:37
iAd Producer 4.2 release notes

iAd Producer makes it easy for you to design and assemble rich interactive content without any programming.

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Wednesday May 21

12:07
About the security content of Safari 6.1.4 and Saf...

This document describes the security content of Safari 6.1.4 and Safari 7.0.4.

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10:36
Xserve (Early 2009): Power consumption and thermal...

Learn about the power consumption and thermal output of Xserve (Early 2009) computers.

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10:32
If Lion Server has share points and privileges you...

When migrating data and settings from Lion Server to OS X Server (Mountain Lion), previously configured share points will not be retained. Make note of any existing share points prior to migration.

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Tuesday May 20

11:53
About the OS X Server v3.1.2 Update

Learn about changes included in the OS X Server v3.1.2 update.

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09:41
About the security content of OS X Server 3.1.2

This document describes the security content of OS X Server 3.1.2.

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08:24
iOS product security: Validations and guidance

This article contains references for key product certifications, cryptographic validations, and security guidance for iOS platforms.

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Friday May 16

21:25
About the security content of iTunes 11.2.1

This document describes the security content of iTunes 11.2.1.

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19:02
OS X Mavericks: Users folder isn't visible af...

The folders listed below might appear to be missing after installing iTunes 11.2 on OS X Mavericks. This can happen if you have Find My Mac enabled in iCloud System Preferences.
Folders affected:

/Users
/Users/Shared

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11:42
Final Cut Studio Resources

Below is a list of resources to help you learn more about Final Cut Studio and find answers to questions you may have.

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10:29
Using 4K displays and Ultra HD TVs with Mac comput...

Learn about using 4K displays and Ultra HD TVs with Mac computers.

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