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Enforcing Managed Preferences

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“Enforcing managed preferences” can have two meanings. The first meaning pertains to when and how often managed preferences are applied. With Apple’s tools, you can select how often managed preferences are set to the values you choose. But “enforcing managed preferences” can also refer to making sure your management settings remain in place, and are not removed or altered by a user.

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Clay Andres Steve Anglin Mark Beckner Ewan Buckingham Gary Cornell Jonathan Gennick Jonathan Hassell Michelle Lowman Matthew Moodie Duncan Parkes Jeffrey Pepper Frank Pohlmann Douglas Pundick Ben Renow-Clarke Dominic Shakeshaft Matt Wade Tom Welsh Anita Castro Mary Ann Fugate

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© 2010 Edward Marczak and Greg Neagle

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Marczak, E., Neagle, G. (2010). Enforcing Managed Preferences. In: Andres, C., et al. Enterprise Mac Managed Preferences. Apress. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4302-2938-4_9

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