Posted on 12-13-2017 09:57 AM
Im seeing this issue after updating to JSS 9.101
After enrolling a laptop via DEP. Policies that have .pkg do not run until about an hour after enrollment.
I do a sudo jamf recon, then sudo jamf policy, but it says "No policies were found for the "recurring check-in" trigger"
If i look at the Management Tab - Policies and it lists all the policies that should be running at check-in.
I noticed this mainly on the new touch bar model macs. But have seen this happening on older models also. Anyone else experience this??
Posted on 12-13-2017 10:20 AM
Do you have a copy of the jamf.log to look at and see what happens right after enrollment? Could it be that the check-in triggered policies are trying to run too early in the DEP enrollment?
Posted on 01-11-2018 11:41 AM
I have encountered the same behavior with DEP Macs on Jamf Pro 10.1.0. It seems that the jamf agent does not find recurring check-in policies until about an hour after enrollment.
The jamf.log simply reports
Thu Jan 11 10:58:56 COMPNAME-MB jamf: Checking for policies triggered by "recurring check-in" for user "username"... Thu Jan 11 10:58:58 COMPNAME-MB jamf: Checking for patches... Thu Jan 11 10:58:58 COMPNAME-MB jamf: No patch policies were found.
I wouldn't be surprised if this is intentional for DEP enrollments in order to prevent accidental toe stepping. I'm not terribly worried as it seems that each Mac eventually checks in.