I am currently having issues with imaging, as it seems now that the "enrollment complete" trigger looks for failures and then reruns the enrollment complete policy check until there are no errors which is not ideal for our environment. Perhaps this was asked for, but it is messing up our imaging process. On the phone now with Jamf Support to look further into this.
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@Xerendor I might be having similar issues to you. Getting lots of security errors and invalid device signatures. I have a support case open as well.
Is your server on Linux by any chance? Are you seeing high CPU usage by mysql and an extremely sluggish admin interface? I'm trying to determine if this is related to the SSL issues.
@gshackney Where does it mention about the change to the enrolment trigger in 10.5?
I'm also now getting an infinite loop whilst enrolling. Because our first policy is triggered with enrolment and the last policy (via custom trigger) restarts the Mac, I'm finding the Mac is now endlessly rebooting. Also have a support request open however so far haven't found a solution.
After few scenarios and tests, I cannot seem to rid of the enrollment loop and the SSL cert/Keychain errors that follows with it. The tests are done with fresh installed macs and the object is deleted from the JSS.
I've provided additional logs to Jamf to look in to the core issue of this.
@Xerendor We are planning to upgrade our JAMF pro to 10.5 from 10.1 and it is running in Windows server. We are using external SSL certificate. While upgrading do we need to take any extra precautions to preserve SSL settings or we can follow normal upgrade steps to do this apart from Database backup.