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talkingmoose / Location Information.zsh
Created April 9, 2024 16:50
Add the following script to a Jamf Pro extension attribute to collect service provider location information based on public IP address when updating inventory.
#!/bin/zsh
# get public IP address
publicIP=$( /usr/bin/curl http://ifconfig.me/ip \
--location \
--silent \
--max-time 10 )
# get GeoIP data
locationData=$( /usr/bin/curl http://ip-api.com/xml/$publicIP \
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talkingmoose / iOS and iPadOS 17 compatible devices (regex)
Last active June 22, 2023 16:28
Regex looks for all iPhone and iPad models compatible with iOS or iPadOS 17. May not be up-to-date with newly released models.
https://www.apple.com/ios/ios-17-preview/
https://www.apple.com/ipados/ipados-17-preview/
Published Date: June 5, 2023
Verification: https://regex101.com/r/m9HV8T/3
1) Exact regex — Matches major model identifier numbers based on Jamf's hardware model identifiers list (more accurate):
^iPhone1[1-5],\d|iPad([7-9]|1[1-4]),\d+$
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talkingmoose / Sonoma-compatible Macs (regex)
Last active December 10, 2023 17:14
Regex looks for all Mac models compatible with macOS Sonoma. May not be up-to-date with newly released models.
https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT213772
Published Date: November 15, 2023
Verification: https://regex101.com/r/GCfKMt/9
1) Exact regex — Matches major model identifier numbers based on Apple's knowledge base article (more accurate):
^(Mac(1[345]|BookPro1[5-8]|BookAir([89]|10)|Pro7)|iMac(Pro1|(19|2[01]))|Macmini[89]),\d+$
2) Current or higher regex — Matches model identifiers based on Apple's knowledge base article and may match higher versions before this regex is updated (more future-proof).
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talkingmoose / Managed Apple admin password last set time.zsh
Created June 2, 2023 20:07
Reads managed Apple admin account for date and time of last password change and reports in ISO 8601 format.
#!/bin/zsh
# get LAPS account username
lapsUsername=$( /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c "Print :Users:0:shortName" /var/db/ConfigurationProfiles/Settings/.setupUser )
# read LAPS account for password information
userPasswordInfo=$( /usr/bin/dscl . read "/Users/$lapsUsername" accountPolicyData | /usr/bin/tail -n +4 )
# extract Unix epoch date from account password information
passwordChangeDateEpoch=$( /usr/bin/xpath -e '//key[text()="passwordLastSetTime"]/following-sibling::real[1]/text()' 2>/dev/null <<< "$userPasswordInfo" )
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talkingmoose / Download and Install Jamf Connect.zsh
Last active February 26, 2024 16:30
Downloads and installs the latest available Jamf Connect software for Mac directly on the client. This avoids having to manually download and store an up-to-date installer on a distribution server every month.
#!/bin/zsh
:<<ABOUT_THIS_SCRIPT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Written by:William Smith
Partner Program Manager
Jamf
bill@talkingmoose.net
https://gist.github.com/talkingmoose/94882adb69403a24794f6b84d4ae9de5
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talkingmoose / Active Directory Users.zsh
Last active May 31, 2023 16:45
Jamf Pro extension attribute to list all Active Directory users on a computer.
#!/bin/zsh
adUsers=""
# get list of usernames
userList=$( /usr/bin/dscl . list /Users UniqueID | /usr/bin/awk '$2 > 500 { print $1 }' )
# create list of Active Directory usernames
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talkingmoose / Deploy Choices XML.zsh
Created May 5, 2023 15:33
This script when edited with the Apple Installer package name and app bundle identifier(s) will deploy a choices.xml file to exlude an installer choice during package installation.
#!/bin/zsh
:<<ABOUT_THIS_SCRIPT
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Written by:William Smith
Partner Program Manager
Jamf
bill@talkingmoose.net
https://gist.github.com/talkingmoose/3926e86332e32eb7d05a161c3f7e8f69
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talkingmoose / Retrieve LAPS Password.zsh
Last active April 15, 2024 19:38
Retrieves the Jamf Pro LAPS password for the current computer. The script assumes a desktop administrator is operating the computer. The administrator will open Self Service, authenticate, and run the policy with the script.
#!/bin/zsh
# set -x
:<<ABOUT_THIS_SCRIPT
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Written by:William Smith
Partner Program Manager
Jamf
bill@talkingmoose.net
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talkingmoose / Download and Install Microsoft product.zsh
Last active April 22, 2024 23:32
Downloads and installs the latest available Microsoft product specified directly on the client. This avoids having to manually download and store an up-to-date installer on a distribution server every month.
#!/bin/zsh
:<<'ABOUT_THIS_SCRIPT'
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Written by:William Smith
Partner Program Manager
Jamf
bill@talkingmoose.net
https://gist.github.com/b6637160b65b751824943ede022daa17
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talkingmoose / Ventura-compatible Macs (regex).txt
Created February 5, 2023 18:41
Regex looks for all Mac models compatible with macOS Ventura. May not be up-to-date with newly released models.
https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT213264
Published Date: October 24, 2022
Verification: https://regex101.com/r/nRkAFo/2
1) Exact regex — Matches major model identifier numbers based on Apple's knowledge base article (more accurate):
^(Mac(1[34]|BookPro1[4-8]|BookAir([89]|10)|Pro7|Book10)|iMac(Pro1|(1[89]|2[01]))|Macmini[89]),\d+$
2) Current or higher regex — Matches model identifiers based on Apple's knowledge base article and may match higher versions before this regex is updated (more future-proof).