Posted on 03-21-2023 01:42 PM
Today we are releasing Jamf Pro 10.45. Highlights of this release include:
Google BeyondCorp Enterprise Integration
The Google BeyondCorp Enterprise integration now includes the following enhancements:
Failover URL Update for Single Sign-On Integrations
New instances of Jamf Pro 10.45.0 or later enabling single sign-on (SSO) for the first time will have a failover login URL that includes a randomized string of characters for improved security. If you enabled SSO in Jamf Pro 10.44.0 or earlier, you can choose to retain your current failover URL or opt-in to use a randomly generated URL. Click Regenerate to create a randomly generated URL, or generate a new failover login URL using the Jamf Pro API /v1/sso/failover/generate endpoint. After regenerating your URL, you can no longer use the previous URL to log in to Jamf Pro.
App Installers Deployment Improvement
When managing software title updates with App Installers, Jamf Pro will first send the InstalledApplicationList command to computers in the deployment scope and wait for a response. If a response is not received, the computer is considered to be offline and the deployment status will remain in an in-progress state until the computer is online.
Team Identifier Field for Managed Login Items
The Managed Login Items payload for computer configuration profiles now includes the optional field, Team Identifier. When you configure this payload with any rule type besides "Team Identifier", you can use this field to limit the rule type and value to a specific Team Identifier.
For additional information on what's included in this release, review the release notes via the Jamf Learning Hub.
To access new versions of Jamf Pro, log into Jamf Account with your Jamf ID. The latest version is located in the Products section under Jamf Pro.
Cloud Upgrade Schedule
Your Jamf Pro server, including any free sandbox environments, will be upgraded to the latest version based on your hosted data region below. Review this guide if you need assistance identifying the Hosted Data Region of your Jamf Cloud instance.
|ap-southeast-2||31 March at 1400 UTC||31 March at 2300 UTC|
|ap-northeast-1||31 March at 1500 UTC||1 April at 0100 UTC|
|eu-central-1||31 March at 2200 UTC||1 April at 0800 UTC|
|eu-west-2||31 March at 2300 UTC||1 April at 0600 UTC|
|us-east-1-sandbox/us-west-2-sandbox||1 April at 0000 UTC||1 April at 0900 UTC|
|us-east-1||1 April at 0400 UTC||1 April at 1700 UTC|
|us-west-2||1 April at 0700 UTC||1 April at 2000 UTC|