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Tuesday October 4

Use Startup Profiles In macOS Sierra

There is a nifty feature available in the profiles command in Sierra (which dates back to Mavericks), where you can configure profiles to install at the next boot, rather than immediately. Useful in a number of scenarios. Use the -s to define a startup profile and take note that if it fails, the profile will attempt to install at each subsequent reboot until installed. To use the command, simply add a -s then the -F for the profile and the -f to automatically confirm, as follows (and I like to throw in a -v usually for good measure):

profiles -s -F /Profiles/SuperAwesome.mobileconfig -f -v

And that’s it. Nice and easy and you now have profiles that only activate when a computer is started up.

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City of Kansas City empowers employees, provides...

Today’s post was written by Mary J. Miller, deputy director and CIO, City of Kansas City.

I love living in Kansas City because it gives me the best of both worlds: a friendly, small-town feel with big city benefits. As deputy director and CIO at the City of Kansas City, I make sure our 4,300 employees get the same multifaceted benefits from their technology as they do from their city: applications that are powerful yet easy to use, cost-effective yet leading-edge. Today, our unique needs as a municipality are being met with Microsoft Office 365 and we are in a better position to provide the digital capabilities and responsive service that our citizens deserve.

What I like best about the Office 365 E5 suite is the peace of mind I get. Ours is a strictly controlled environment and our challenge as a government is to provide employees with the technology they are used to using in their everyday lives, while still maintaining our high standards of security....

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Crash course on boosting productivity with Office...

With our modern-day mobile workforce, more and more employees are working from home and on the go. We’ve become accustomed to hosting online meetings and collaborating in the cloud. To help you expand the digital capabilities of your team, we’re excited to announce the launch of the Office 365 Live Demo webinar series. These free 30-minute live webinars show you how to leverage Office 365 apps to become more productive with your remote teams.

Here are a few topics we will cover:

Host more captivating online meetings

Truly engaging virtual meetings are ones in which everyone is participating and sharing information. Learn how you can use PowerPoint and Skype to create and present organized presentations that allow all participants to collaborate online. Using the built-in features that we’ll highlight in the live demo, you’ll learn how to work with these tools to facilitate two-way...

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3 most critical details of online file storage

Cloud storage has become a critical part of today’s business model. In fact, recent studies find that more than half of all enterprises consider the cloud an essential component of success—and they’re not afraid to put their money where their mouth is. Those same companies dedicate a whopping 50 percent or more of their IT budgets to the cloud. While there are many different types of cloud computing options out there, collaboration applications that provide online file storage is one of the most popular, helping to streamline the transfer of files, messages, data, attachments, notes, etc. from worker to worker, team to team.

Their overwhelming popularity is no surprise—considering that online file storage provides seamless access to popular tools used every day to create, communicate and collaborate from a PC/Mac, iOS, Android or Windows...

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Register now for “The Privacy Balance: Staying...

Register now for the next episode of Modern Workplace, “The Privacy Balance: Staying secure and ethical with your data,” airing October 11, 2016, 8 a.m. PDT / 3 p.m. GMT. In this episode, learn how to navigate common blind spots in data security and avoid privacy pitfalls.

  • Hillery Nye, chief privacy officer for Glympse, shares how you can create an amazing user experience while limiting your legal liabilities.
  • Jules Polonetsky, chief executive officer for the Future of Privacy Forum in Washington DC, gives his top tips for creating an organization that is profitable and ethical.

Plus, get an inside look at Secure Productive Enterprise—the new premier offering from Microsoft that brings together Office 365, Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) and Windows 10 Enterprise.


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About Wi-Fi Assist

With iOS 9 and later, you can use Wi-Fi Assist to automatically switch to cellular when you have poor a Wi-Fi connection. 

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Setup An Open Directory Master In macOS Server 5.2...

Open Directory has never been this easy to setup for a basic environment as it is in macOS Server 5.2 (for macOS 10.12 on Sierra). It’s also never been so annoyingly simple to use that to do anything cool requires a bunch of command line foo. And never has removing replicas been so difficult. No offense to the developers, but this whole idea that the screens and concepts that were being continually refined for a decade just need to be thrown out seems to have led to a few babies thrown out along with that OD bathwater. Features mean buttons. Buttons make things a tad bit more complicated to use than an ON/OFF switch…

Anyway, rant over. Moving on. As with almost any previous version of macOS Server and Open Directory, once you’ve installed the Server app, run the changeip command along with the -checkhostname option to verify that the IP, DNS and hostname match. If (and only if as it will fail if you try anyway) you get an indication of “Success.” I know, I know, you’ve been...

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Monday October 3

Use The Profiles Command In Sierra

You might be happy to note that other than the ability to interpret new payloads, the profiles command mostly stays the same in Sierra. You can still export profiles from Apple Configurator or Profile Manager (or some of the 3rd party MDM tools). You can then install profiles by just opening them and installing. Once profiles are installed on a Mac, mdmclient, a binary located in /usr/libexec will process changes such as wiping a system that has been FileVaulted (note you need to FileVault if you want to wipe an OS X Lion client computer). /System/Library/LaunchDaemons and /System/Library/LaunchAgents has a mdmclient daemon and agent respectively that start it up automatically. This, along with all of the operators remains static from 10.10 and on.

To script profile deployment, administrators can add and remove configuration profiles using the new /usr/bin/profiles command. To see all profiles, aggregated, use the profiles command with just the -P option:


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macOS Sierra 10.12.1 beta 3 (16B2338c) Now Available

macOS Sierra 10.12.1 beta 3 (16B2338c) Now Available

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macOS Sierra 10.12.1 beta 3 (16B2338c) Now Available

macOS Sierra 10.12.1 beta 3 (16B2338c) Now Available

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Improve your organization’s ability to react quickly...

The social and collaborative tools built into Office 2016 and Windows 10 allow you to take your teamwork to the next level.

An online immersion session is not your typical online event. These 90-minute interactive sessions start with an online roundtable discussing your business challenges and then launch into a live environment in the cloud. A skilled facilitator guides you through simulated business scenarios that are customized to your interests.

We will send you a link to connect your own device to a remote desktop loaded with our latest and greatest technology, so you can experience first-hand how Microsoft tools can solve your biggest challenges in a collaborative, fun environment.

Online immersion sessions help you discover how to:

  • Keep information secure while being productive—Make it easier to work securely and maintain compliance without inhibiting your workflow.
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Demonstrate enterprise features with the Office 365...

Office 365 Enterprise E5 has a host of great features tailored to an enterprise organization’s needs for additional security (Advanced Security Management), enhanced protection (Advanced Threat Protection) and the ability to quickly locate and analyze emails, files and other resources that meet specific criteria (Advanced eDiscovery).

To configure these new features and show them working for yourself—and to leave you with a working dev/test environment with which you can further experiment—take a look at the new Office 365 Enterprise test lab guides (TLGs).

The Office 365 Enterprise TLGs are a modular set of highly prescriptive articles that step you through:

  • Building a simplified intranet in Azure infrastructure services with an Azure trial subscription (optional).
  • Creating an Office 365 Enterprise E5 trial subscription.
  • Configuring directory...
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Take a guided tour of a Microsoft datacenter to...

Come check out the season three premiere of Modern Workplace, which aired September 13, on “Data Defense: An inside look at your secure cloud,” where viewers got a VIP-access tour of a state-of-the-art Microsoft datacenter. Register now and see how a world-class datacenter design helps keep your data secure and drive efficiency, passing savings along to customers. You’ll see how the modern cloud works!

We talked with Doug Hauger, general manager of the National Cloud Programs, to explain the scale and professionalism that Microsoft brings to its datacenters for the benefit of Microsoft’s cloud customers. Hauger explained how Microsoft builds multiple datacenters in every region to provide a level of scale and redundancy that other cloud providers can’t match....

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Navigating Through accountsd in macOS Sierra

The directory services options in macOS has quietly been going through some slow changes over the past couple of years. Many of the tools we use to manage accounts look similar on the outside but sometimes work a little differently under the hood. Account information is still stored in the /var/db/dslocal/nodes directory. Here, the local directory service pulls files from within directories recursively when accountsd loads. You can still create a second instance of the local directory service by copying the Default directory. For example, here we’ll copy the Default directory node to a directory node called NEW:

sudo cp -prnv /var/db/dslocal/nodes/Default /var/db/dslocal/nodes/NEW

If you killall accountsd then wait (this is slower than doing a killall of DirectoryService was), you’ll then see and be able to use this new directory node:

sudo killall accountsd

This is one way to go about forklifting large collections of accounts from one...

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Sunday October 2

Upgrade macOS Server to Server 5.2

macOS Server 5.2 is now available to be installed. To do so, first backup your server. Then, backup your server again, making sure you have a functional, bootable clone. Once you’re sure you have a solid backup of your server, open the App Store and search for Server. When you find the Server app, click on it.

At the macOS Server app, click on Install (or Open if the server is already installed).

The download will begin. Once complete, you’ll see a notice that the “Server app replacement detected.” Click OK. Then, open the Server app. When the Server app opens, you’ll be prompted to update the server. Click Continue.


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Use serverinfo in macOS Server 5.2 for Sierra

macOS Server 5.2 (for Sierra)  comes with the /usr/sbin/serverinfo command (introduced in Mountain Lion Server). The serverinfo command is useful when programmatically obtaining information about the very basic state of an Apple Server.

The first option indicates whether the Server app has been downloaded from the app store, which is the –software option:

serverinfo --software

When used, this option reports the following if the can be found:

This system has server software installed.

Or if the software cannot be found, the following is indicated:

This system does NOT have server software installed.

The –productname option determines the name of the software app:

serverinfo --productname

If you change the name of the app from Server then the server info command won’t work any longer, so the output should always be the following:


The –shortversion command returns the version of the Server...

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Saturday October 1

Create A Bootable macOS Sierra Installer

A bootable installer is one of the fastest ways to install a Mac. Rather than copy the installer to a local drive you can run it right off a USB disk (or Thunderbolt if you dare). Such a little USB drive would be similar to the sticks that came with the older MacBook Air, when we were all still sitting around wondering how you would ever install the OS on a computer with no optical media or Ethernet otherwise. Luckily, Apple loves us.

To make a bootable USB/flash drive of Sierra like the one that used to come with the MacBook Air, first name the USB drive. I’ll use mavinstall for the purposes of this article. The format should be Mac OS Extended Journaled. The installer is called Install macOS Sierra and is by default located in the /Applications directory. Inside the app bundle, there’s a new binary called createinstallmedia (nested in Contents/Resources).

Using this binary you can create an installation drive (similar to what we used to do with InstallESD). To do so...

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Change Xcode Log Paths In macOS Server 5.2

The logs in Xcode Server (Server 5.2 for Sierra) by default point to /Library/Server/XcodeLogs/credserver.log. This takes all of the output from xcscredd and xcscredhandler. If you’re doing a lot of debugging then logs can be pointed to another location, such as another drive. The path to the logs is defined in the /Applications/ directory. The file to edit is a standard property list, XCSCredentialServer.plist:

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?>













Once open, look for a key called logPath. Change that to the desired path, such as /Volumes/MyDrive/Logs/credserver.log and then restart the service:

serveradmin stop...

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Friday September 30

Clear nvram In macOS Sierra

OS X has the ability to delete all of the firmware variables you’ve created. This can get helpful if you’ve got a bunch of things that you’ve done to a system and want to remove them all. If you run nvkram followed by a -p option you’ll see all of the configured firmware variables:

nvram -p

If you run it with a -d you’ll delete the given variables that you define (e.g. boot-args):

nvram -d boot-args

But, if you run the -c you’ll wipe them all:

nvram -c

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Office 365 news roundup

At the annual Microsoft Ignite Conference in Atlanta earlier this week, we announced many new updates and improvements to Office 365, designed to help IT professionals drive digital transformation within their organizations, enhance collaboration and increase productivity.

Among the key announcements at Microsoft Ignite was an array of new cloud-powered intelligent capabilities for Office 365. Tap in Word and Outlook uses Microsoft Graph to make it easier for you to move information from one document to another. Quickstarter for PowerPoint and Sway provides curated outlines, text and images as a...

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Friday September 23

About the security content of iOS 10.0.2

This document describes the security content of iOS 10.0.2.

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Tuesday September 20

About the security content of iCloud for Windows 6.0

This document describes the security content of iCloud for Windows 6.0.

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About the security content of macOS Server 5.2

This document describes the security content of macOS Server 5.2.

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Lists of available trusted root certificates in macOS

The macOS Trust Store contains trusted root certificates that are preinstalled with macOS.

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Lists of available trusted root certificates in iOS

The iOS Trust Store contains trusted root certificates that are preinstalled with iOS.

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About the security content of Safari 10

This document describes the security content of Safari 10.

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About the security content of iTunes 12.5.1 for...

This document describes the security content of iTunes 12.5.1 for Windows.

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About the security content of tvOS 10

This document describes the security content of tvOS 10.

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About the security content of macOS Sierra 10.12

This document describes the security content of macOS Sierra 10.12.

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Wednesday September 14

About the security content of Xcode 8

This document describes the security content of Xcode 8.

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About the security content of iOS 10

This document describes the security content of iOS 10.

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Tuesday September 13

About the security content of watchOS 3

This document describes the security content of watchOS 3.

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About the security content of iOS 10.0.1

This document describes the security content of iOS 10.0.1.

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Use the Home app on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

With the Home app, you can securely control the products you use in your home—all from your iOS device.

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Tuesday September 6

Proactive Mac Security: Santa

For the next stop in our journey, we’ll review that jolly ol’ soul, Santa. It’s a system for either monitoring what apps are launched and blacklisting the ones you decide are bad, or locking down a macOS computer to only run the ones you’ve whitelisted. Despite what The Register seems to believe, it’s been ‘in development’ (which Google calls… production use at scale,) in the open on GitHub for nearly two years. Like Munki and osquery, we should think of primarily as a tool that does the majority of the heavy-lifting client-side. This is a common ‘agent’ model, as real-time decision-making requires it, and the most intensive work is best suited to the often idle distributed CPU’s on workstations. As it was originally designed for Google’s specific use case, there is...

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Thursday September 1

About the security content of Safari 9.1.3

This document describes the security content of Safari 9.1.3.

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About the security content of Security Update 2016-...

This document describes the security content of Security Update 2016-001 El Capitan and Security Update 2016-005 Yosemite.

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Tuesday August 30

Stop All The Downloadin’

Just a quick one, to remind you that there are ways you can have a dialog with users about tightening security controls. We’re beating the drum about Flash dying a death, and haven’t included it in our image since the Great Analytics Fiasco of I’m not the most tolerant or creative tech out there, so luckily my boss comes up with ideas about how to deal with our C-level customers inability to roll with the punches and maybe adopt Safari extensions like Open In Chrome. After years of training our (mostly) PC users that ‘a bookmark will be on your Desktop’, it’s maybe understandable that they don’t want that one-click way to push the current webpage to Chrome when they get a page with ‘Missing Plug-In ->’ somewhere on it.

The thing we’re trying to avoid is calls from users saying ‘I noticed I...

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Thursday August 25

About the security content of iOS 9.3.5

This document describes the security content of iOS 9.3.5.

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Tuesday August 23

Proactive Mac Security: osquery

There are two reputations(at least) that your faithful writer is hoping to shake: #1, I do not work for Google. #2, I am not the ‘osquery guy’. I don’t even know any C++! (I’m going to make time for this eventually, though.) However, for three events over the course of three months earlier this year I was invited to talk about osquery on the Mac. For the U of Utah, while illustrating how I approached my security team with this (among other FOSS tools), I used a chestnut by a certain AFP548 alumni about the concept of ‘fences, not walls’. Don’t lock a machine down until it loses any chance of actual productivity or creative use, which ignores the fact that physical access is total access, anyway. Instead, think of your management enforcement attempts as...

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Wednesday August 17

About the security content of OS X El Capitan v10.11...

This document describes the security content of OS X El Capitan v10.11.4 and Security Update 2016-002.

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Monday August 15

Proactive Mac Security, Introduction

Let’s say your company is a place where no one works day-to-day logged in as an admin on their Mac. Everybody in this environment is also a computer expert, and therefore aren’t as prone to tomfoolery such as letting family members use their login to play Chrome games, and of course they don’t go to ahem riskier parts of the internet while using the computer their employer provided for them. Workflows for where to store data are well-defined, all generic (non-private) actions are logged and collected, and data that requires local storage is backed up efficiently. Computer management, from patches to configurations, is curated by their loyal sysadmin who follows the same practices as they expect their customers to use. Management is applied efficiently, over secure channels, and logical compromises allow flexibility when the computers leave known-good networks. (And no network is ever required to be trusted for safe operation – of course.)

Wake up!...

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