How do I add everyone to the lpadmin group on a mac via a script. I found the following command but it requires a password after it has run. Is there any way to automate this?

dseditgroup -o edit -u itadmin -p -a everyone -t group _lpadmin
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Try running this as an online shell Script which should allow you to do it.
Answered 03/23/2012 by: ms01ak
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Use Online Shell Script

Add Machines to the list.

Choose MAC OS X versions from the supported OS list.

Enable "Run As User:" and enter a local administrator credentials

Paste the following into "Script Text"

sudo dseditgroup -o edit -t group -a everyone _lpadmin

Then hit "Run Now".

Tested and Works!

Answered 04/23/2012 by: samuelcolt
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  • Once I choose the Mac OSX versions it will not allow Run As User. This message pops up in that area:
    Run As options are only available for Online KScripts and Online Shell Scripts for Windows.
  • Yes... i am using Online Shell Script and using "Run As" with admin credentials.
    I also have the following in the "script text" box and it works great.

    sudo dseditgroup -o edit -t group -a everyone _lpadmin
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Try running it an shell script, with the sudo command in front.
Answered 03/22/2012 by: ms01ak
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  • I tried that and this is the output I got back.

    Running: /Library/Application Support/Dell/KACE/data/scripts/484/script.sh 2>&1

    Please enter user password:

    Failed to set credentials.
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