I'm trying to prune the number of Apple IDs used to acquire VPP
licenses. For the transition I am repurchasing the (usually free)
licenses and then switching the account in the VPP tab of the app
instance when the new licenses appear. When that is do...
I'm setting up a kiosk account with simple Finder enabled, along with
some login items and preferences, via configuration profiles. The dock,
simple Finder, and app config settings all apply successfully in Mojave,
but the login items never open. Is ...
So, I got bitten by the Mojave system user template permissions
change/problem. The offending policies have been disabled and will be
replaced so the problem isn't getting any worse, but is there any way to
restore the original Apple made template on...
We've used the web clip for Self Service on iOS since rolling out Casper
Jamf Pro several years ago. As use of it has increased, so have
complaints about its relatively sluggish response and incomplete
feedback regarding app installs. I'd like to pus...
I'm currently running into an issue where iOS devices in a certain group
will allow iCloud login on the setup screen, but it is greyed out in
Settings thereafter. It seems likely that a configuration profile is to
blame, but I haven't been able to fi...
FWIW, I've run into the same issue but had some luck with a stay open
applescript opening another Jamf webUI page, minimizing and then
refreshing it in the background. This keeps resetting the timer so you
stay logged in on any page.
Check that something isn't getting munged by looking at the logs for the
policy in the management UI or using jamf policy -verbose -id ## .
Alternately, see if a simplified version does the trick: # for machines
without built-in ethernet/usr/libexec/...
Are you calling airportd in addition to the authorizationdb mods? Its
been a few major OS releases since I've had cause (complaints) to look
into this, but here are the commands I've been using the let non-admins
change network settings:/usr/bin/secu...
If you want it in a pretty-ish form for a particular device with a bare
minimal of additional work, find the page for the device in the webUI,
collapse the menu, print the device management command history page, and
attach it to the disposal report.F...