Did the zero-day release go missing? :D

donmontalvo
Esteemed Contributor II

Big Sur was released today.

Did we miss the zero-day release of the Big Sur compatible version of Jamf Pro update?

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MLBZ521
Contributor III

Been wondering this all day.

They also don't want to call it a "Zero Day" Release any more because that implies bad things generally.

garybidwell
Contributor II

This was posted on the blog this morning and had a complementary Twitter post.

https://www.jamf.com/blog/macos-big-sur-same-day-support/

Strange nothing mentioned in a Jamf Nation post

MLBZ521
Contributor III

Like to know how this is same day support when the current release doesn't even see macOS 11 as version 11.

tkimpton
Valued Contributor II

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whitebeer
Contributor

@MLBZ521 was also wondering about that, not that good for reporting and smart groups based on the version number
and btw. the authchanger with jamfConnect 2.0.2 is resetted after the update, so there's just the "normal" login-window and many more or less funny things ...

stuart_harrop
New Contributor II

We are impacted by a bug with Jamf 10.25.1 where we are unable to complete a user initiated enrolment when on BigSur.

Solution, we were told to update to 10.25.2 fix. Problem is Jamf hasn't moved it out of beta.

pranzinic
New Contributor III

They did

LRZ_Jamf
Contributor

Nope, we can't see 10.25.2 aswell. So I don't think they moved it out of beta. Also 10.26 is still beta (...)

MatG
Contributor II

I thught Jamf said 10.25.x was Day Zeo ready for Big Sur