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  1. I'm trying to push scheduled tasks to our MAC clients via their policy, now that I understand it's setup under the Unix Desktop v4 section. In the policy editor, I mark the Scheduler and begin the schedule task process. I get stumped on the Scan Targets section. I'm adding a "Computer Scan" task, and setting up the "In-depth scan". Is there a list of options I can use to add to the "Scan targets:" section? is it supposed to be /harddrive or what? I can't find information on how to code this for Macintosh clients (Unix). Any information on this is MUCH appreciated! Thank you!
  2. I wanted to thank you guys again. After further testing, the Unix settings seem to be populating the policy information correctly.
  3. That would explain why things aren't showing up. I was now about to get the scheduled task to pop up, from the group policy, under the Unix Desktop v4 section. Thank you! One thing that strikes me as odd is the global policy is set to do a RA check in of 15 minutes. That setting from the global policy isn't being added to the MAC client. It's showing up as 10, and won't change no matter how long I wait for the policies to take effect on the MAC client. That leads me to wonder, if I ever install the client onto another MAC and just enter in the RA server info, will it populate the rest
  4. I tried some searching, but I can't quite find the answer to this. We are having some issues with our MAC clients. When connected to our RA server, they aren't being fed the policies correctly. I manually set the RA and update server info, and it's being updated correctly. The clients are part of a Static and Parametric group, which should be fed their own group policy. All the Windows clients are working, but the MAC client are not being fed the settings from their policy. For instance, the application preferences should be password protected and it's not. The group policy should fe
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