I'm looking at upgrading to 10.6.2 and then using the 10.6.0 tools. But this does feel a little odd. It's strange that Jamf hasn't released a new set of the 10.6.2 tools with a fix for this. Seems like something that should be easy to do.
Ha....Monkeybread Software...seems like Jamf may have hired a gunslinger or farmed out part of this work to someone with a sense of humor (and no sense of software licensing/compliance).
Hopefully Jamf sent all their customers a notice, to not pay that company, else whoever snuck that doozie into the code is banking the result.