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There’s a new JSS companion tool, called JSS MUT, which allows you to perform mass actions based on a CSV. Basically, set fields and enforce mobile device names (becoming a very common need out there). If you’re a JSS admin, it’s a nice tool, and a big should out to Michael Levenick for making it free! 5860001_orig Official website is at http://jssmut.weebly.com. Hat tip to Trey Howell for clueing us in! 🙂

July 18th, 2016

Posted In: JAMF

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During various automations in Mac OS X it helps to grab some key unique identifiers for machines. Two very common identifiers are the serial number of a computer and the MAC Address. To grab a systems serial number I usually use ioreg to run the following, which simply outputs a systems serial number:
ioreg -l | grep IOPlatformSerialNumber | cut -c 37-46
Because a system can have multiple MAC addresses (one per unique adapter), I will also use ioreg to grab those:
ioreg -l | grep IOMACAddress
Or to just see an output of the first in the list (en0):
ioreg -l -w 0 | grep IOMACAddress | cut -c 37-48 | head -n 1

May 12th, 2010

Posted In: Mac OS X, Mass Deployment

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http://www.danlj.org/mkj/ttywatch/

May 13th, 2007

Posted In: Unix

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