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In earlier chapters, we ve seen some options for managing preferences with words like Never, Once, Often, and Always. These labels refer to the frequency or strength with which the preference is managed.
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Never is easy to understand, and this is the default setting for all managed preferences----it means that the preference is not managed for the current user, group, computer, or computer group object. Choose a management frequency of Never to allow users to control a preference themselves. Remember, though, that the same preference could be managed at a different level. Dock management might be set to Never for a computer group, but it could still be managed for a specific user. In Figure 9-1, using Workgroup Manager, we can see that the Dock Display preferences are not being managed, therefore the management frequency is Never.
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Figure 9-1. Managing the Dock Display preferences Never
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Once causes your managed preference to be applied once, and then left alone for the users to change as they see fit. This is useful to set certain default preferences for your users, but allows them to change the preferences later. Not all preferences can be managed Once. Specifically, preferences that affect the computer as a whole instead of individual users cannot be managed Once. Some examples of preferences that affect the computer as a whole include Energy Saver settings, Time Machine settings, and login window options. In Figure 9-2, we re adding icons for Mail, Safari, and Preview to the user s Dock. We don t care if the user later removes these, so we set the management frequency to Once.
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Figure 9-2. Managing Dock items Once
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NOTE: Preferences managed Once are applied once, but if you change the value of the managed preference in the directory service, it will be applied once again. The file com.apple.MCX.plist in the user s Library/Preferences directory keeps track of when each Once preference was last applied; if the version in the directory service has been updated since it was last applied, it will be applied again. It s important to be aware of this; if you change a preference that is managed Once, thinking the change will be applied only to new users, you might be surprised when it overwrites a preference already customized by existing users. You can also use this knowledge to your advantage. If you are testing preferences that are managed Once, you can delete the com.apple.MCX.plist file in the test user s Library/Preferences folder to cause preferences that are managed Once to be applied again. Often reapplies the managed preferences at each login. In Workgroup Manager, this option appears only in the Details editor. The users can change the preference, but when they log out and back in, the preference is reset to your managed setting. Apple s documentation describes this management frequency as useful for training environments, but it also can be useful for preferences that don t respond to the Always setting.
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In Figure 9-3, we prevent Microsoft AutoUpdate from running automatically by setting it to run manually. By setting the management frequency to Often, this preference is reapplied at each login. (Microsoft AutoUpdate does not respect the Always setting.)
Figure 9-3. Managing a preference Often
Always sets the managed preference to your desired value and prevents the user from changing it. In some cases the user interface is updated to indicate that the preference is no longer modifiable. For example, in Figure 9-4 the Turn Off FileVault button is grayed out because we are managing Mobility preferences, and have set the mobile account to require FileVault encryption. Since the users are not allowed to turn FileVault off for their mobile account s home directory, this option has been disabled in the user interface. Figure 9-5 shows the related managed preferences settings in Workgroup Manager with a management frequency of Always.
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