Has anyone been able to get QuickAdd.pkg to successfully enroll Big Sur non-DEP mac? The installers completes without any issues but no profiles ever get installed. Subsequent tries to re-enroll via the binary is unsuccessful in getting the MDM profile (jamf enroll -prompt).
However, installing via web enrollment works perfectly.
Could this issue with Big Sur blocking the ability to install profiles via shell?
JamfPRO version: 10.25.2-t1605115216
macOS version: 11.0.1. 20B29
An additional advantage to user-initiated enrollment via the web site (/enroll) is that it grants supervision of the computer (like with DEP/ADE), which was never possible with QuickAdd packages.
In macOS Big Sur, the command line profiles Tool is getting a major version update, jumping to Version 8 from Version 7 deprecating the ability to install configuration profiles using the profiles command .
With the deprecation of the installation feature of the profiles command in macOS Big Sur, Apple has now made it clear that the Apple Mobile Device Management (MDM) protocol is now the only way to silently install configuration profiles on remote macOS machines.
https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2020/10639/ (Check the video timeline 9Min:40sec)
You need to enable the User initiated enrollment for non DEP devices - Download and install the CA and MDM profile .
@vinu.thankachan Thanks for the info. However, we have enabled the user initiated enrollment for non DEP machines from Settings > Global Management > User Initiated Enrollment
But still our Big Sur machine is asking to Download the QuickAdd package which in-turn is not allowing MDM profile installation for the very well known reason. Any thoughts please?
@vinu.thankachan I can confirm that we have followed all UIE guidelines and Jamf documents. What's strange is, even when I enroll Big Sur machines, I'm getting an option to Download & Install QuickAdd package instead of MDM profile. I have exhausted all my resources and finding it tough to get an answer from support team as well :(