"management task" with enrolled m1

nebjamf
New Contributor II

I recently enrolled a new M1 based MacBook and every time a JAMF policy is to run it prompts that a "Management task is scheduled to run now" and requires the user to acknowledge it. Surely there must be a way to bypass this and whitelist/approve on behalf of the user?

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aaelic24
Contributor

looking for that answer also..

cwalken
New Contributor II

Also looking for this answer

Son_Of_Aegon
New Contributor

Also looking for a solution to this issue. But the device I'm having it pop on is a intel mac

travisroembke
New Contributor

Any new info on this?

travisroembke
New Contributor

Actually, found the issue. We are using installomator and found that in the custom policy for a few program auto updates, the Defer option was enabled which brings up that message allowing users to defer for up to 7 days. We simply turned this off to avoid the unclear message end users were receiving.

Thanks @travisroembke thats the solution 🙂