Apple has dropped an update to it’s computer operating system, macOS Mojave. The update includes improvements to security, fixes compatibility issues and provides more stability, as well as some updates specifically to the Enterprise crowd.
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For the enterprise crowd, this update ensures users are no longer prompted to enter credentials when making a file-share connection that uses an already valid Kerberos TGT
This update brings Mojave up to version 10.14.3.
To get the update, head over to System Preferences in the Apple Menu (the little icon) and then click software update. Alternatively, you can open the Mac App Store and update from there.