An Apple may not be the only logo you may see when you boot.
For those times when Disk Warrior doesn’t fix it…Read more›
I’ve had a few issues with disk quotas recently on my OS X Server file servers, and I needed to come up with a way for my student assistants to be able to view disk quota values for my staff so that they could easily tell who was over or approaching their quota.
Read on for a way to monitor disk quotas in a web browser…Read more›
Hope it will help people.
Matthieu DUCROSRead more›
Have you ever noticed that Office 2004 installs fonts all over the place? You can use this handy script by Arek Dreyer to remove them after they have been installed.
(Ed. note: You can remove the DoFonts file from the Office folder to keep it from installing them in the first place.)
Download the script here.Read more›
The MacEnterprise.org (formerly MacOSXLabs.org) group will be presenting an Apple Remote Desktop 2 In-Depth Webcast on Tuesday, November 16 at 1:00 pm EDT. Nader Nafissi, Server Software Product Manager at Apple, will be presenting on recent changes to ARD 2 available in the most recent update, 2.1.
We will also have three more Apple on hand to give presentations on how to use ARD 2 in more interesting ways. You’ll learn much more about leveraging the ARD SQL database to track machine changes, the Send UNIX command, and streamlining mass Macintosh deployments using SQL and PHP.
For more information on how to watch this WebCast, please visit the MacEnterprise.org website:
Note that the broadcast ID needed to view the webcast has changed to ‘macenterprise’!!Read more›
Allow each of your users to have unique spam settings using Amavis and LDAP.
With a little bit of work you can allow each user to customize their SpamAssassin tag and kill scores using either their LDAP user records, or just by hand-editing the amavisd.conf config file.Read more›
Running a large network of macs in a secure environment leads to regular password changes on the local administrator account. Doing this in a 10.3 environment is quite a simple endeavor, but for those with some older 10.2.x machines around, it can be quite frustrating. Read on for an expect script for running on 10.3.x and a bash script to be used on 10.2.x machines.Read more›