Unknown at this time. All I can say for certain is that the server tools
will continue existing in some form, since they are required for
administrating the server component (at least, they are currently).
When/if they do away with the tools entirely...
I'm not certain, but this sounds like the issue is the
monitorCredentialCache key in the SSO configuration. This is the key
that dictates whether or not the SSO agent in macOS will automatically
generate a new ticket when a request is made that match...
Security reasons. Let's say a user leaves a company without returning an
asset; you want to be able to both destroy the data remotely and also
maintain control over the asset itself after the data has been purged.
In most situations, this is where DE...
This is something I've been looking into as well, as my organization is
looking to implement YubiKey as an MFA solution. I don't have the full
solution built yet, but here's the documentation I've dug up so far:Jamf
Pro Overview doc:
In my experience, if the Mac is not in automated enrollment, then
erasing it should be the last thing you would want to do. By erasing it
entirely, you are effectively breaking the link between that Mac and
Jamf. Without automated enrollment, the Mac...