Tag: macOS Sierra

Advanced Mac OS and iOS Blogs

Advanced Printing Options

Hi All. By default, we look to deploy printer queues using scripts. This allows us to specify some default options such as A4 paper size, disabling print queue sharing, and not pausing the print queue when there’s an issue (requiring


State of logging

By Henry Stamerjohann and Éric Falconnier During WWDC 2016, Apple announced the new Unified Logging system. One common, efficient logging mechanism for both user and in kernel mode This system can be found on iOS, tvOS, watchOS and macOS. On

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OpenSSH updates in macOS 10.12.2

Prior to macOS Sierra, ssh would present a dialog asking for your passphrase and would offer the option to store it into the keychain. This UI was deprecated some time ago and has been removed. Instead, a new UseKeychain option was introduced in macOS


Management changes to iOS and OSX Sierra

With all new OS updates from Apple, new management features which are made available via configuration profiles. In this blog is a list of the management changes to iOS and OSX Sierra. Below are the new payloads / keys available

Mac OS X

How to disable Gatekeeper in OSX Sierra

During the June WWDC conference during a “What’s New in Security” session it was made known that Apple were changing the default options of Gatekeeper for macOS Sierra. This can cause some troubles installing programs so I’m writing this blog