Aug 27, 2019
-Jerry compares a client to an itchy mosquito bite. He also references one of our old favorite methods of troubleshooting - removing items in the /var/folders directory.
-While working on an iMac, Jerry hears that “pop” sound
and immediately knows that it is the stand hinge has snapped. One
method of repair is from “The Mac Hack”:
-Joe questions the organization and direction of icons on the Mac. Sam compares it to a direct opposite of Windows desktop icons.
-The Ubiquiti UniFi initial splash screen raises unnecessary alarm bells
-Ever since diagnosing the Cloud Key disconnects as being power related, Joe’s team has had major strides in stability of the gen 1 Cloud Key by connecting to power as opposed to relying on POE.
-Sam has some follow up on using his offsite controller and adopting his client devices into sites
-Although discussed before, figuring out how to sell additional services like UniFi monitoring to existing clients is a challenge
-Autofill options in Safari were prompting for Keychain credentials with one of Joe’s clients. After some research, he found similar instances with a laptop in clamshell mode. The odd fix was to disable Touch ID for use in Safari.
-As regular listeners are aware of, Jerry has recently located. He has an odd story of unmarked trucks making deliveries from Amazon. With enough pushback, he was able to push for a change to licensed drivers and companies.