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I figured, that was the way years back for us, but thought maybe something had changed.[nt.....
By:  Paul (Moderators; 65052)
Posted on: 03-08-2019 08:46.
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    P. Briscoe flipped a coin and posted:
    we used to be a Centrify Shop.

    When you fire up AD Policy Management in a Centrify shop, there would be special CentrifyDC GPOs--I guess they are schema extensions or something.

    They were very limited back when we used it. but now I see that there are policies for managed software update (munki) which didn't exist when we were a Centrify shop.

    Before IT Centralization, I used munki to do patch management of 3rd party apps for a whole school way before the University started doing it for Macs.

    But the patch management tools in JAMF are way more advanced. Now there's some dude who does it for the entire university. I don't even think about it anymore; I'm just glad I'm not him. Makes my neck hurt to think about it..

    Edited by P. Briscoe at 3/8/2019 8:45:43 AM


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