Big Apple Event next week! Tuesday will certainly be interesting.
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📰News and Opinion
- Always good advice!
- High Sierra’s ‘Secure Kernel Extension Loading’ is Broken – Objective-See
- ‘JAMF and…’ at JNUC ‘17 — François Levaux-Tiffreau
- Apple says there was no security breach on developer site – Jim Dalrymple
- 2017 Hard Drive Reliability – Backblaze, Andy Klein
- The Google Drive app for PC and Mac is being shut down in March – The Verge, Chris Welch
- MDM Piracy by Default – Marriot Library, Sam Forester
🔨Support and HowTos
- Terminal Palettes – Curt Clifton
- OS X/iOS Entitlement DataBase – Jonathan Levin
- Using mdmclient on macOS – Charles Edge
- FSMonitor: Easily find what’s being modified on your file system — François Levaux-Tiffreau
- All About APFS – Jamf
- The Services That Run On Apple Servers – Charles Edge
♻️Updates and Releases
- DeployStudio Server 1.7.7
- Munki 3.1 Release Candidate 3
- FleetSmith: Announcing Custom Bash Scripts – Jesse Endahl
- Announcing the 1Password command-line tool public beta – AgileBits, Connor Hicks
- Open sourcing Airbnb’s Puppet module for Munki – Graham Gilbert
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2 thoughts on “Weekly News Summary for Admins — 2017-09-08”
Thanks for including a link to our blog post “MDM Piracy by Default “, but could you change the byline to “Sam Forester” vs myself “Richard Glaser”? I helped with the blog post, but it was written by Sam Forester on our team and I want to give credit where credit is due.
Thanks, I appreciate it.
Thanks for pointing that out. I fixed it.
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