So we're using JAMF 10.10 on an Azure server. Which is also several other things; our AD (which we don't use across the whole company), DNS (just so in-network devices can get to JAMF and printers (if Windows)), and print server.
We've recently installed Papercut, and started getting it setup. Now comes that hard part.
We need to figure out how to script, or maybe create a new QuickAdd.pkg, to do the following:
0. Remove old printers/queues
1. Deploy new printer driver package
2. Create/deploy new virtual printer queue
3. Deploy Papercut client
4. Adjust a single script in the client
Now, I am not one to shy away from random new scripts, but I am not a very good scripter/programmer.
All of our Mac (some staff iMacs, mostly MacBooks) user accounts are locally created and maintained, so no need for AD authentication, but out installation of Papercut is using Google Directory Sync as a sync source. I have been assure that once a user tries to print the first time, it should ask for their credentials, which should be their Google account name and password.
I'd like to get this kinda running before next week, but unfortunately, the printers Papercut will be servicing are not assembled and working as yet. That happens this coming Friday.
Any pointers? Anyone else done a 'migration' like this? I've also asked out vendor to reach out to another deployment they did in a similar situation, but I'd like to get ahead of this as much as I can, if possible.