This doesn't seem to work for me anymore.
All my other keyboard shortcuts still work. Does anyone have the same problem, or know what's wrong? I want to find out if it's just me before I file a bug!
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Yes, I have the same problem. Command-Options-Shift-Esc doesn't do anything but modify the menu item well, that's just shift all by itself.
I filed a bug with Apple on this, and they told me to try holding down Cmd-Option-Shift-Esc for 5 seconds, and it works. Lost your password? Powered by the Parse.
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Two quickie keyboard shortcuts: Command-Option-Shift-Esc : Force quits the frontmost application without asking or showing a dialog. Command-Option-Shift-Q: Immediately log out the current user. Please don't submit additional hints on all the "modified" shortcuts : ].
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You can test it by adding a sleep 20 or whatever command before the IdleTimeSecs line. I wouldn't even try using your usual every x trigger for Casper for something like this, since the likelihood of it running exactly at or even near 30 minutes idle time is nearly impossible. I'd like to also force logout the Guest User after say 10 idle minutes or so Jamf Nation, hosted by Jamf, is a knowledgeable community of Apple-focused admins and Jamf users. Learn more about JNUC. Force logout of Guest User Posted: by osbalde.