Separate names with a comma.
Could you try to use another account? There is probably some conflict in account names.
You can find the log here C:\Windows\Logs\pmm_mdm_service_config.log. Anyway, I suggest contacting the support team to get help with it.
This error probably relates to the SSL certificate, not APNS. Please, check that your SSL certificate's subject contains the FQDN of the...
Please, try following workaround: Copy the /Library/Preferences/com.apple.HIToolbox.plist from your Mac to the USB Boot drive....
In general you could deploy it as a Software Package:
1) Create your configuration profile
2) Create a Shell/Python/etc script that installs the...
The pmmimages folder should be placed on local disk with enough space for images. Placing on DFS share is not supported.
Robert, answered to you in another thread.
Is this issue is specific for particular Mac Model or Boot Image macOS version? Or you see it on all Macs?
Please contact our support...
Several comments on what you done:
- Running NetBoot without enabled PXE: Yes, it will work. We thinking to simplify installation...
If you are familiar with the WireShark, then may you look at network traffic between you Mac and NetBoot server? Compare result with...
Yes, please try use 10.12.3 or 10.12.4. We will investigate it in our lab.
When you say "brand new" do you mean Mac recently bought or just erased and reinstalled? We saw that boot images from recently bought Macs are not...
Do you boot the same Mac from which you have created Boot Image?
You can use "Rerun behaviour" in Deployment. For example if you set it to "Always rerun" then package will be installed again after...
Just rename resulting image as System.dmg and put it into some empty folder. When add it to SCCM as OS X System Image. Let us know the...
Glad to hear it! Apple has a checklist for boot images - https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202061. Look at "Before you begin" section.
Attached log messages are not related to script configuration items. We need to be sure that the Baseline was evaluated on the Mac.
Yes, you are right. That is what I was going to offer you, set dNSHostName attribute in pre-created AD object.
I think the following occurs:
"Resource Names" are stored in "v_RA_System_ResourceNames" view.
So, you see duplicates in SQL databse only and in Console there is no duplicates,...
Do I understand your process correctly?
1) Create AD object
2) Build machine
3) Install Parallels Mac Agent
4) Join AD