Weekly News Summary for Admins — 2019-06-14

First week post-WWDC and people are slowly catching up with the firehose of information. Lot’s of opinion pieces and podcasts to catch up with.

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News and Opinion

MacAdmins on Twitter

  • macshome: “With so many people running macOS in a VM right now here is a ProTip for Fusion on a TouchID Mac. Set: board-id.reflectHost = "FALSE" Now your auth dialog spins are gone!”
  • Craig Hockenberry: “I know a lot of developers who have been working with Apple’s products for decades. The overwhelming consensus is that we’re seeing something that will change our lives for decades to come. 1976 -> 1984 -> 1996 -> 2008 -> 2019”
  • Daniel Jalkut: “Apple has been doing hardware penance lately. I hope they realize that exiting the personal networking market (Airport) was as as misguided as exiting pro Mac, pro displays, etc. We’re ready for the big comeback.”
  • Derek Fulmer: “With the impending changes to macOS in 10.15, I’m giving zsh a go. Really digging its customizability. Feels way more modern. But, I’m still sentimental about bash.”

Bugs and Security

Support and HowTos

Scripting and Automation

Updates and Releases

To Watch

  • Erik Schwiebert: “Microsoft Office, macOS 10.15 Catalina, and You: @mrexchange explains our support plans for the beta and final OS release.”

To Listen

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