Remove Individual OS X Configuration Profile via Command Line – Jamf Nation

…the uninstall has to be formatted like: profiles -R -p com.apple.mdm.server.corp.company.com.123af456-78e9-112-123a-123a456789.alacarte …and like @nessts said, you’ll need to get that whole identifier string from the “` profiles -P “` command. If you have a password required to uninstall the profile, that’ll still be necessary from the command line, like it would through the gui. Hope that helps!

Source: Remove Individual OS X Configuration Profile via Command Line – Jamf Nation

# This modifies cupsd.conf to allow a user to un-pause printers

Snipped from the Mac Enterprise email list:

# This mofifies cupsd.conf to allow a user to un-pause printers

sudo launchctl stop org.cups.cupsd
killall cupsd
cp /etc/cups/cupsd.conf /etc/cups/cupsd.conf.org;rm
/etc/cups/cupsd.conf;cat /etc/cups/cupsd.conf.org | sed -e ‘s/Limit
Pause-Printer Resume-Printer Enable-Printer/Limit Enable-Printer/’ >
/etc/cups/cupsd.conf
sudo launchctl start org.cups.cupsd

You can get your iCloud version history in Advanced Settings on iCloud.com

A new “data restore” option has appeared on iCloud.com allowing users to “roll back” recently-deleted documents, and Contacts or Calendar edits. The service now saves “snapshots” of recent states and lets users revert back to them, recovering files and changes accidentally deleted or changed. The “restore” options are fairly well-hidden at present, but are found in the Advanced Settings page of the web site.

Source: Briefly: new iCloud.com feature, interactive Apple Music ads | MacNN