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Systems Administrator

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Custom Macintosh management via BASH, AppleScript/osascript

  • Fully automated Environment/Template management
    • Sync systems based on specific Environment
    • Deployment of updates (OS & 3rd party)
  • Implement restrictions/additions based on
    • Network User
    • Template
    • Environment
    • Network
    • Hardware
  • Snapshot management (Server)
    • Creating new Environments
    • Updating old Environments

10,000 + Macintosh machines being managed by CMEM Envi

  • 10.4.x (NO LONGER IN USE)
  • 10.5.x
  • 10.6.x
  • 10.7.x
  • 10.8.x
  • 10.9.x (Ported to JAMF)

I have since ported all of my custom scripts, concepts & logic to JAMF as either Extension Attributes, Custom Profile Templates or Policies. It was an awesome run and I am proud to say that my work is still being used elsewhere, but at this point there isn't any reason not to use and promote the JAMF product. It truly is an incredible product with no limits.


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Jul
15
comment Did the end of the British Raj in India create an economic loss for Britain?
@Schwit Janwityanujit Sorry you don't like the answer. Perhaps you would like to give your own answer. ;-)
Oct
13
comment Are there any archaeological evidence for the Dorian Invasion in Greece?
Welcome to History.SE! Nice job citing your sources :-)
Oct
9
comment History of scientific regression
@Drux +1 I find this stuff fascinating.
Sep
27
comment The diminishing role of the “family name” throughout the Byzantine Empire
@NemanjaTrifunovic Yeah I see your point. I believe the actual end of the Western Roman Empire was 476 AD perhaps I should change the date to 330 AD to match the founding of Constantinople. Thank you for kindly bringing this to my attention. I wonder why no one else had commented on this?
Sep
26
comment Was democracy present in India before British colonization?
No worries. I think the information is interesting and I think still somewhat valid as an answer. :-)
Sep
26
comment Was democracy present in India before British colonization?
Though I agree with your answer it seems the OP is asking for later examples of democracy that were present in India when British colonization began? His question states that he found an example of a democracy, but "600 BC - hardly counts as pre-British."
Sep
24
comment Was democracy present in India before British colonization?
Though I agree with much of your answer I think the focus of the answer needs to be on just prior to British involvement. The OP stated " I found one weak reference to democracy in 600 BC but that hardly counts as pre-British. Was democracy present in India when British colonization began?" That being said your argument of "can you rally talk about representative and democracy?" does make sense. I suppose a more clearly defined type of democracy from the OP would be needed in order to answer this question with more ease.
Sep
24
comment Was democracy present in India before British colonization?
I believe the OP was asking if was democracy present in India when British colonization began?
Sep
20
comment Were there ever actual organizations of pirates?
+1 This is great! LOL
Sep
15
comment Mexico has the right to possess firearms?
@SevenSidedDie Fair enough :–)
Sep
15
comment Mexico has the right to possess firearms?
@SevenSidedDie Why the tone? ... As for History.SE not becoming a failed beta: With such a propensity to comment you could defiantly do more to help History.SE avoid failing. Perhaps you should apply yourself a little more in the question and answer portion of the site. Your current involvement in what matters consists of 2 questions and 1 answer, while your comment total is through the roof and at times quite critical.
Sep
14
comment Mexico has the right to possess firearms?
@SevenSidedDie "According to the 1857 Constitution and also the 1917 Constitution, you're allowed to bear firearms." This seems to be the historical portion of the question.
Sep
4
comment When exactly did nudity become uncomfortable?
@choster Anthropology can be considered a sub component of history. :–)
Aug
30
comment Gold Confiscation Act of 1933
+1 Thank you for taking the time to answer this question. I really do appreciate how well thought out your answers are. Furthermore, you taking the time to answer the question upon request was very kind. If I could give more than 1 vote I would.
Aug
30
comment How much has U.S. currency inflated since 1792?
@SamuelRussell This is a very well thought out answer. Would you mind, if you have a chance, taking a look at the following question? history.stackexchange.com/questions/2243/… I would really appreciate your perspective.
Aug
26
comment Is there a symbol associated with Loki from the Norse pantheon?
Welcome to History.SE
Aug
26
comment Completeness of Old Parish Registers in the 1700s
@Luke I don't think your answer is quite complete, but as Andrew pointed out it did provide some information. I am sure if you kept digging in the direction you were going you might be able to find even more details to provide. As for people discouraging you... don't let them. Especially if they have yet to answer even a single question on this site.
Aug
25
comment Why was Goguryeo able to expand rapidly under Gwanggaeto's rule?
Welcome to History.SE. I have added the "korea" tag.
Aug
24
comment What were the main causes of successful take over of India by Britain?
Welcome to History.SE
Aug
19
comment What caused Iranians to convert to Shiite Islam?
+1 Good job providing multiple sources.