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This was probably due to .ssh directory or user's home directory not having the correct permissions. Re-creating the users likely fixed that.


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As suggested in the comments, having a scheduled powershell script run would be the best course of action. How you schedule is up to you, I would suggest some time late in the evening, so any changes you've made during the day will take place overnight. Now the script... I think it would be prudent to have the script pull all the users from the OU and ...


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Your issue (as the errors state) is this line: $objRecord = New-Object PSObject -property $Record $Table += $objrecord You needed a new line between $Record and $Table: $objRecord = New-Object PSObject -property $Record $Table += $objrecord However, you can simplify and remove it. Here's my amended version of your script: Import-Module ...


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Note: This is edited repost of this answer Dell have changed their website recently. I have updated the above Perl script to allow for this change. I was only interested in dumping the shipping dates of each machine to a text file so only parsed that out but I am sure the code can be easily modified to grab whatever data you want. === #!/usr/bin/perl ...


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You could write a shell script to check if hhvm is running if not then start it, write a cron to execute every minute ( This script needs to be executed as root ) PID=/var/run/hhvm/pid if [ ! -f $PID ]; then date echo "Starting HHVM..." service hhvm start fi


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Disclaimer: I haven't tested this, and it's mostly taken this JAMF Nation discussion, with some additional notes from an old AFP548 article. You need to use the bless command (which is part of the standard OS X install). The simple format for configuring NetBoot is: sudo bless --netboot --server bsdp://${ipAddress} ... but unfortunately that only ...



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