UnActivation Lock v1.5

In last week’s post on how to disable and prevent user-based Activation Lock, I highlighted a script that I wrote that can prompt users to log out of Find My Mac if a Mac has Activation Lock enabled, which allows the MDM to put a “disallow user-based Activation Lock” key in place on the machine. (If you’d like a deep dive on Activation Lock, I’d encourage you to re-visit that blog post).

With the initial release of that script pushed out the door, I got to work on the improvements I wanted to add for the next revision. In addition to my own list, I also included some feedback and feature requests that I received from the mac admin community.

If you want to download the latest script, you can find it on GitHub. If you want a breakdown of the changes, keep reading.

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