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Systems Administrator

School district


Custom Macintosh management via BASH, AppleScript/osascript

  • Fully automated Environment/Template management
    • Sync systems based on specific Environment
    • Deployment of updates (OS & 3rd party)
  • Implement restrictions/additions based on
    • Network User
    • Template
    • Environment
    • Network
    • Hardware
  • Snapshot management (Server)
    • Creating new Environments
    • Updating old Environments

10,000 + Macintosh machines being managed by CMEM Envi

  • 10.4.x (NO LONGER IN USE)
  • 10.5.x
  • 10.6.x
  • 10.7.x
  • 10.8.x
  • 10.9.x (Ported to JAMF)

I have since ported all of my custom scripts, concepts & logic to JAMF as either Extension Attributes, Custom Profile Templates or Policies. It was an awesome run and I am proud to say that my work is still being used elsewhere, but at this point there isn't any reason not to use and promote the JAMF product. It truly is an incredible product with no limits.


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Apr
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answered Can anyone guide me in installing a driver for Epson Stylus C59 in Mac Lion?
Apr
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revised My MacBook Pro loses its connection to my WiFi router
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Apr
19
answered My MacBook Pro loses its connection to my WiFi router
Apr
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revised Disable sleep mode for a specific app?
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Apr
19
comment Disable sleep mode for a specific app?
Sorry for being a bit vague in regards to the downloads, but I am not 100% certain what the Stack Exchange policy is for listing specific applications to download.
Apr
19
comment Disable sleep mode for a specific app?
The simplest way might just be to download an app to help you through it. If you google 'download mac daemon tool free' you should find some helpful applications. They are generally very small and very simple to follow. Don't be afraid to try them. Remember though, it is not 100% necessary to do this. You can create a daemon without the aid of an application, or you can run this script as needed and if you are running it with root privileges it will function adequately.
Apr
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Apr
19
answered Disable sleep mode for a specific app?
Apr
18
answered How to search for a file by a hash value with bash script (terminal)?