Episode 74: iOS 11.3, macOS 10.13.4 and What Lies Beneath


Pepijn, Charles and Tom are here with a roundup of 10.13.4 and iOS 11.3, as well as some conversation about the state of some of the bugs, as well as the latest release of Server which isn’t as threadbare as we once thought.

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Links & Notes

iOS 11.3 release notes

Bad Bug in iOS 11.3 #1

Bad Bug in iOS 11.3 #2

iOS Apps misinstalling agains

macOS 10.13.4 release notes

Preparation Guide

Security Guide: About the security content of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 (build 17E199), Security Update 2018-002 Sierra (build 16G1314), and Security Update 2018-002 El Capitan (build 15G20015)

Der Flounder automated restart whatnot: New automated restart option added to macOS 10.13.4’s softwareupdate command line tool

User-initiated Computer Enrollment in Jamf Pro 10.3

Detect UAMDM Profiles

ServerServices appear gone at first. But you can do serveradmin start $service
Updated Server released, and updated technote

Apple Releases Service Migration Guide
Charles’ Migration guide

New iPad

Schoolwork app

News & Discussion:

Sarah Edwards found recurring issues with APFS passwords going into random(ish) system logs including os_log and install.log (?!)


Community Calendar, Sponsored by Watchman Monitoring

Conference Sites

Brainstorm Sandusky May 6-8, 2018
MacDevOps YVR in Vancouver, June 7-8, 2018
X World in Sydney Australia, June 27-29, 2018
Penn State University Mac Admins in State College, PA July 10th-13th


London Apple Admins will meet on 12 April at 6:30pm at Treatwell.

Austin Apple Admins will meet on April 25, at 6:30pm at TruSource Labs in Tech Ridge in Austin.

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