I've been having issues with a computer checking in but never updating
inventory. After looking at the machine more closely, it looked like the
best recourse was to uninstall and reinstall. I removed it from the JSS.
I ran the removeFramework command...
According to Jamf's documentation, "By default, inventory is collected
from computers using the “Update Inventory” policy that is created
automatically when you install Jamf Pro. This policy collects inventory
from all computers once every week. You ...
I'm setting up some new policies, and I'm scoping them to specific
computers or small groups of computers. However, almost every time I set
up a narrow scope like this, there are an additional 20 or so computers
that show up. One time I scoped the po...
I've been tasked with keeping an existing Jamf installation working that
was setup by someone else. There was a script in place to bind machines
in AD and then place them in their proper OU based on machine type
(desktops or laptops). It stopped work...
I found it. Someone must have renamed it. It's set to do Update
Inventory at check-in. Is it just me, or does that seem too frequent? I
was thinking maybe once every few days, or at most once a day. Every
check-in seems like it could be too much, rig...
Ah, that was it. I had them set to All Users, not understanding how All
Users works. I switched them to Specific Users and now they work as
designed. (Those extra machines had users attached to them based on how
they were enrolled, which I believe is...
Thanks for the suggestion. I created a static group and added just 2
computers into it. I rescoped the policy to target that static group.
It's still showing the extra 20 computers. Is that the expected
behavior? Do I need to recreate the policy? Als...