Looking for guidance. My co-worker who was supporting Jamf left so I have taken over. Our MDM Push Notification Certificate expires the first week of January. I was reading the guides on how to renew the certificate (see steps below) But I'm confused on step 4. How do I know if the server hosting JAMF has an outbound connection? Also do I need to download the token from ABM prior to renewing the certificate.
,in the top-right corner of the page.
If the server hosting Jamf Pro has an outbound connection, select Download signed CSR from Jamf Account. Jamf Pro connects to Jamf Nation over port 443 and obtains the signed CSR.
If the server hosting Jamf Pro does not have an outbound connection, select Download CSR and sign later using Jamf Account.
If you have a new push certificate in .p12 format, select Upload push certificate (.p12).
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One thing to make sure of now is that you have the AppleID and the password that was used to create the current APNS certificate. You will need to login in to the Apple APNS site with the same ID and use the Renew function. If you try and use a different AppleID and create a new certificate, then your communication to your devices will break.
If you don't have the AppleID and Password, open a case with Apple as soon as possible. They can help move the certificate from one AppleID to another.