We are currently running JSS 9.93 , Self service 9.93 and have only updated a handful of machines to Sierra (10.12).
Immediately, there are all sorts of issues. Everything from profiles not getting installed, tons of "pending" commands, Apps fail to run (google drive specifically the worst), VPN fails, etc. Even self service is having issues checking in..
Is there something I'm missing as far as configuring JAMF for Sierra or vice versa??
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Ok, so I've updated to 9.96, Self serv 9.96 for entire system. The issues remain.
For example, on my admin MacBook Pro (10.12) I have 8 pending commands, which I've canceled then restarted the machine and forced check-in, yet they will never complete nor fail. They just sit in pending for hours.
On other machines, we're seeing problems where JAMF says the profile has been removed, but it still shows on the device itself. Even after forcing a reboot/check-in..
The log shows "completed".
This is currently happening on 18 different devices...(that I'm aware of) and probably more.
Luckily, we've blocked all iOS from updating...
Same as the others, up until a few hours ago we were running JSS 9.82 and it was working with Sierra beta and GM (generally speaking): policies (package installs and scripts). Have upgraded our instance to 9.96 to ensure full compatibility.
@ivanlovisi The cert is valid till 7/26/17.
Will enrolling the same device more than once cause issues?
For example, when adding devices to Microsoft SCCM- if there is any kind of duplicate record, it creates a nightmare trying to manage things... Does JAMF act similarly?? Or can I just get re-enroll happy?
One other thing to look at is if your in a clustered environment ensure the "Master" is actually running and connected to the Database. We ran in to this about a month ago thanks to a DNS issue where our "Master was offline" and MDM commands were very hit and miss. Mostly miss.
I usually run the command to remove the mdm profile then do a jamf manage command to bring it back. Seems to work.
#!/bin/sh sudo jamf removemdmprofile
#!/bin/sh sudo jamf manage
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