Hi fellow jamf admins,Just wondering what everyone is wishing to be
announced or covered at this years keynote?I couldn't help feel that
last years keynote was a bit of a damp squib and felt more like a
marketing advert for Microsoft O365 when compar...
Hi fellow mac admins, Have any of you ever come across Nanoheal before?
https://nanoheal.com This is being sold to our exec team as a miracle
cure for all issues before they happen. On the surface it seems to offer
what Jamf have been doing for years...
The harm is that with not having a firmware password to access to
recovery mode any user can also change security options in the firmware,
it is possible to remote boot to non-authorised volumes to try access
data on the SSD or to reduce the level of...
On Intel Mac's there is no solution to this.Its been a big pain-point
made bigger with the new normal of remote working, where a user doesn't
often have access to a local IT Service desk to help resurrect.If you
need to protect the security issues th...
macOS Monterey will bring new methods of securing the M1 hardware, as
these options where removed in the move to Apple Silicon. The firmware
password option is gone for good, but there new ownership options so
that you can control which users can cha...
As mentioned by junjishimazaki, it will most likely be a system agent
you're running using an older framework or kernel extension causing the
issue, effect all apps it interacts with.If you have security products
that haven't at least moved fully to ...
OK, just that if you were using Azure AD, then group object names wasn't
supported for use for JAMF administration groups (you had to do a work
around by creating local groups named matched with the Azure group
object ID) - but support for Azure grou...