Today we released Jamf Pro 10.34 which includes enhancements to the Jamf Parent and Jamf Teacher apps, updates to the Jamf Connect auto-deployment settings, and new Shared iPad session features. This release also gives IT admins the ability to select which macOS version users or groups of users will download and update to.
Jamf Pro Security Issues
Jamf provides the CVE-ID for security issues with high or critical severity when possible.
[PI-010190] URL injection is no longer possible through certain API endpoints.
[PI-005567] Jamf Pro no longer unexpectedly stores WLAN information in the keychain.
To learn more about new features and additional resolved issues please read full release notes here.
Cloud Upgrade Schedule
Your Jamf Pro server, including any free sandbox environments, will be updated to Jamf Pro 10.34 based on your hosted data region below.
Need assistance identifying the Hosted Data Region of your Jamf Cloud instance? Check out this guide to find out how.
|ap-southeast-2||Dec 3 at 1300 UTC||Dec 3 at 2200 UTC|
|ap-northeast-1||Dec 3 at 1500 UTC||Dec 3 at 2300 UTC|
|eu-central-1||Dec 3 at 2200 UTC||Dec 4 at 0800 UTC|
|eu-west-2||Dec 3 at 2300 UTC||Dec 4 at 0600 UTC|
|us-east-1||Dec 4 at 0400 UTC||Dec 4 at 1900 UTC|
|us-east-1 sandbox||Dec 4 at 0000 UTC||Dec 4 at 0900 UTC|
|us-west-2||Dec 4 at 0700 UTC||Dec 4 at 2100 UTC|
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For information on what's new in Jamf Pro 10.34, please review the release notes.
@jtrant @JayDuff Unfortunately Jamf Pro 10.34 will not automatically install the latest version on the CLI tools (2.7.11). The issue was discovered too late in the release process to get it into 10.34. To avoid backup issues you will need to manually download the latest version here: https://account.jamf.com/products/other/jamf-pro-server-tools.
Good idea @djdavetrouble. Here's my teams documentation for it:
Since Jamf Pro 10.32.1, after running the Jamf Pro installer and then navigating to the Web UI, the loading bar gets stuck at the “initializing” stage and hangs until the following is completed. No fix from Jamf yet (09/27/21), but has an article here
another vote for JAMF remote. As both a remote screen sharing and immediate remote execution and troubleshooting tool, JAMF Remote is invaluable. Deprecating this will leave a significant functionality gap in the JAMF mgt ecosystem. Team Viewer may be touted as the remote screen sharing solution, but what of the other feature set that JAMF remote provides ?
personally would love to see a full end to end support helpdesk with remote access functionality included into the jamf eco system to replace JAMF remote. with ticket system and video/web/app chat, so when X user requests support, IT support have the tools and device information available from jamf pro as they establish a request.
Actually, I've been wondering if that's a minor goal here - for the remote-access solution, use/promote the TeamViewer integrations that have been incorporated, at the very least, as suggested by @RJH . As far as an end-to-end support system with ticketing and the chat features: I would find the chat features useful, but the ticketing would go unused by us, as we already have a ticketing system that is probably never going to hook into Jamf. 😞
I agree with @RJH that remote-access is only part of the benefits of Jamf Remote. On-demand deployment has been highly valued as a feature in the past, ignoring the past 18 months, of course.
Just wanted to add my voice to this sub thread on Jamf Remote deprecation.
For our computer labs it really helps having a tool like Jamf Remote when deploying. It helps in a way that a policy doesn't as it gives immediate feedback and also shows the log results quickly on one screen. It also lets me change or create local accounts quickly.
Yes policies can be used instead but not as well as Jamf Remote. I was hoping that it would eventually remove the need for Apple Remote Desktop, not make ARD my go to tool
We don't use Teamviewer and to be frank I'm be a bit gun-shy of that product with the number of times it has been used by scammers. Maybe that's unfair but it does seem like every time I see a video on that topic, TeamViewer is the tool of choice. Our Service Desk team does use a remote product for both Apple and Windows - just not TeamViewer and that one integrates to record the remote access in the Service Desk
So - it's the quick ability to deploy or do things with Jamf Remote that I like