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We’re excited to announce that NoMAD 1.1 is available! Here’s an overview of what’s changed. Shares Menu – this is our biggest new feature since the initial launch of NoMAD almost a year ago. The Shares Menu allows you to provide a number of file shares for your users and mou

Note: this has been updated as of NoMAD 1.1 build 734 beta to reflect the new dictionary of items. What are Keychain Updates? New in the NoMAD 1.1 Beta is the ability to update keychain items when a user changes their password. Currently this is listed as a dictionary of keychain item names and acco

We’re excited to announce the release of NoMAD 1.0.5. NoMAD 1.0.5 is primarily a maintenance release, however, we’ve fixed a few bugs, made things run a bit faster and have introduced a few new pref keys. The bigger new features in 1.0.5 are the ability to have an LDAP-only environment w

With NoMAD version 1.1 just a short ways around the corner, we wanted to start sharing the Shares preference file… see what we did there!?! Note: As a beta this file format is still subject to change… but we wanted to give you an idea of what was coming. What is this? With 1.1 NoMAD will

Starting with NoMAD 1.0.5(640)BETA NoMAD can now support environments that don’t have Active Directory. If you have a Kerberos environment that has been integrated with an LDAP server, NoMAD can give you the same functionality that you would get if AD was in the mix. Since there’s a vari

Binding or not to Active Directory is the debate today. A couple of years ago, the general recommendation was to bind computers to Active Directory. With the change from desktop and shared computers to 1-to-1 laptop deployments, the picture has dramatically changed. After the Kerbminder and ADPassMo

We’re excited to announce the release of NoMAD 1.0.4 today. This release picks up a few bugs from 1.0.3, adds another localization, gives more options on how to display the password expiration countdown, and then implements a fairly comprehensive new set of password policies. You can find the

Most NoMAD users are pushing preferences via configuration profiles. This is a great thing, but does make troubleshooting a bit tougher as the defaults command won’t show what keys are forced. So… have a look at pref-finder. Launch the tool and specify a preference domain you want to loo

NoMAD 1.0.3 responds to a number of Apple Events that you can send it from the CLI and other methods. Current Actions nomad://open – launches the application nomad://signin – opens the sign in dialog if the system is on the domain and a user is not already signed in nomad://user:pass@sig

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