Somewhere around macOS 10.15.5 or so several of my users began receiving a pop-up message from Jamf requesting access to Mail. If you make a selection from the prompt it does create an entry in Security & Privacy under Automation. I worked with an engineer at Jamf on the issue and they were not able to replicate it in their test environment or determine the cause in our environment. It seems to be connected to inventory collection and I can replicate the issue consistently
. Has anybody else seen this?
We don't have anything tied to Mail in Self Service that I am aware of and we do distribute and install the PPP Control profile in our environment. It seems to be triggered by inventory collection. But what is weird is that it is not triggered when running jamf recon from Terminal. but any policy that includes an inventory update seems to trigger it. I assume that one of the many items that Terminal prompts for access to keeps it from being triggered. I may have to go back to Jamf support for this. Just thought I would check to see if anyone else was experiencing this before I open another ticket with them.
This is exactly what was happening to me. I figured out that it was happening during inventory collection. It turns out it was an extension attribute that was trying to collect the email address of the logged-in user from the Mail app and/or Outlook if they were installed and being used. The attribute was created when we started running Vision-Bot on our Jamf Pro instance. I disabled the extension attribute and the issue went away. Hope this helps!