As the result of a technical issue with the Global Patch Feed used for the Jamf App Catalog, patch definition updates are unavailable until further notice. Do not attempt to add any new patch definitions to Jamf Pro during this time.
Existing patch policies will continue to function as normal, and new patch policies may be assigned to existing patch definitions in Jamf Pro; however, new product versions will be unavailable.
We are actively working on a resolution and will share an update as soon as patch definition updates are available. While we cannot give you an exact date, we expect the outage to last a few days.
When patch definitions are available all updates will resume as normal.
During this time, you may still use App Installers to manage software title updates in your environment. For more information, see App Installers in the Jamf Pro Documentation.
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Any reason this is not showing in the Jamf status page?
I saw that message briefly when i loaded Jamf today but quickly closed it then had trouble adding a new software definition list and regretted closing it quickly because I don't know how to bring it up again.
Looked through logs and jamf status and finally my endless googling brings me here.
@Mariusz would this explain why Slack has not been deploying to laptops for about a week now? or is this a separate issue?
We use a Mac App, using the Jamf catalog item. It has worked well until about a week ago. It is now no longer deploying, and machines are stuck with older versions.
Mac app item for Slack:
Patch entry -- note the one single up-to-date machine was updated manually.
Patch Management is still misreporting versions on our instance of Jamf Pro, for example OSX Ventura reports 13.6.1 and not 13.6.2. Is there anything we need to do to kick start this, like reform the report?
Monday 20 Nov.
For macOS updates, we generally set the Latest Version as the version is that is globally available, or put another way, not hardware specific builds. The last round of Apple updates are unfortunately not straight forward. For Ventura 13.6.2 specifically, that version is only for M3 + M1/M2 MBP Devises. Thus, we’ve kept 13.6.1 as the Latest Version.
Thank you very much, I had not picked up that the update was hardware specific, and just assumed it was for all hardware, this update will cause some confusion on our update processes and compliance settings which will need to be thought about. Thank you again for your help and explanation.