Anyone else having issues with Jamf Imaging?
We can login to Jamf Imaging just fine, load all configurations etc but as soon we press the button to Image an error will appear telling "Unable to create invitation. Check to make sure you have permission etc etc etc.. "
we do have the permissions required and as soon I downgrade to the previews version imaging is working again..
Just wondering if there's anyone else having this error?
I got a response from JAMF Support this morning that cleared up the problem for me. Whatever account you are using for imaging cannot have a password with non-alphanumeric characters in it. Once the password is changed to one that is strictly letters and numbers, JAMF Imaging works just fine. I am assuming that this is a glitch that JAMF will fix soon, but at least imaging can happen until then. Granted, imaging as a whole is definitely on the way out, but I am glad I have it operational again, especially for the older Macs in my school.
It turns out that a special character in the username will also trigger this bug. So, both username and password must not contain non-alphanumeric characters. It's still possible to conform to MS complexity requirements (3 out of 5): Upper character, Lower character, and Number. However, this bug is still silly.
The special characters PI was patched in Jamf Pro 10.4.0.
Jamf Imaging [PI-005660] Fixed an issue that caused an error to display when imaging computers using Jamf Pro administrator passwords containing special characters. Note: When interacting with the Jamf API, the encoding for credentials must be UTF-8. Failure to use this encoding may cause authentication issues with the Jamf API when the username or password contain certain international characters.