We mainly use Jamf Connect with Azure AD for staff and student user accounts on our Macs. However, I'm thinking about using a generic local user account for consultants and guests because it is our school's policy to not create school domain accounts for consultants and guests. When I log into the local user account that I created, the user is logged in successfully, but the Jamf Connect login window pops up asking the user to authenticate to Jamf Connect. This login window can't be closed or ignored, unless I disable the setting "RequireSignIn" in the com.jamf.connect configuration profile plist. By disabling that setting, the login window will still pop up, but now I can close the window and ignore it. Are there any repercussions to disabling this setting? How will that setting affect other Jamf Connect with Azure users if I leave it disabled?
It can be done. The two settings you'll want to look into are MigrateUsersHide for the Login Window and PasswordSyncBlockList for the Menu Bar app. Adding the account in question into those two should prohibit it from getting associated with a network login when the user initially signs in, and the second one should prevent the menu bar app from popping up automatically while the account is signed in. More information can be found in the Settings Reference portion of the Jamf Connect documentation.