I'm assuming you are referring to the chaining of the policies together for
On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 3:19 PM, Matthew Lee <Matt.Lee at fox.com> wrote:
CS4? Set the policy like you normally would, choosing your scope and
package to install, then on the Advanced tab in the Run box put the trigger
for the update policy. In my case that box has this:
jamf policy -trigger cs4up
Make sure you put the machines that you are scoping your CS install in the
scope for the update policy or it won't work. You can also set the update
policy to Ongoing just to make sure you don't run into an issue where the
policy ran in the past and won't run again.
In the update policy I have this in the Run command:
That way the machine will kill the lock screen before restarting.
That's basically it. If you need more detail I can give it to you.
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