On my Mac there are three accounts. Last month my Mac began to malfunction and have 'black screen of death' malfunctions and I fixed it. However, now when Iog into my account and another one they do not load. The backgrounds load but the menu bar is a blank and black and the dock does not pop up when I move the mouse to the bottom of my screen. However, one account still does work, which is the one I've been using, but there's plenty of stuff saved on the other two accounts that cannot be accessed or transferred. Any solutions? Please help.
I was recently in a conversation with someone who needed to deploy configuration profiles to OS X clients, but they did not have the ability or authority within their organization to open the network ports required to implement a Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution. This post describes how to install configuration profiles with an installer package.
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The first step is to create and export your configuration profile as a .mobileconfig file. These files can be created on a computer running OS X Server, using Profile Manager. For more details on creating and downloading configuration profiles, see Apple’s Profile Manager Help documentation.
Once you have the .mobileconfig file, you’ll want to create a package that will deploy this file to a known location on your client systems. I recommend a folder in the root Library named for your organization such as…
For instructions on creating packages, refer to the documentation for your favorite package building tool. My favorite is Composer.
Simply deploying the .mobileconfig file to this location won’t install it. Apple provides a command line tool called profiles. The profiles command can be used as part of a postinstall script included in the package that deploys the .mobileconfig file. Below, find the two lines to include in this script…
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If the .mobileconfig profile should be deleted once installed, the following command can be added to a third line in the script…
Of course, “/Library/MyOrganization/Company Wi-Fi.mobileconfig” should be replaced in each command with the quoted path to the .mobileconfig file deployed by the package.
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I hope this is helpful.