This issue has literally plagued our environment since we first rolled
out JAMF over a year ago and it's driving me so far up the wall.
Seemingly randomly, local accounts will just stop taking the user
passwords. It's 110% the correct password, but M...
So we currently deploy the Google Drive File Stream client to our
workstations. According to the October changelog the application
"supports Big Sur," but in testing our previous policies to preapprove
the kernel extension for the app obviously no lo...
Looks like Apple is all-in on switching to their ARM based M1 chip, you
can't even buy the Intel macbook airs online anymore unless they're
refurbished. Has anybody gotten their hands on one of these and run into
any issues with existing config profi...
In the past couple days we've run into some serious issues with macOS
Catalina 10.15.3 and enforcing password complexity
requirements/resetting user passwords. When you flag the user account to
require a password reset on next login it seems to work,...
Did a lot of searching and found a bunch of various contradictory
scripts based on older versions of OSX and jamf, so I'm not sure what
the best approach is. Currently we're using jamf Connect, which during
user driven enrollment has flags to demote ...
I actually just had this crop up in our environment, exact same
scenario. We were able to manually trigger the system extension prompt
in Security & Privacy > General by restarting Google Drive so it would
prompt again and then clicking a sneaky pop-...
You are correct. We have the policy above scoped explicitly to apply to
Catalina machines, not Big Sur.Catalina Intel: The above payload works
for pre-approving the GDFS kernel extensionBig Sur Intel: The above
payload does not work, in fact it gives...
Here's what we use for our Catalina Intels and it still works. This
issue actually stopped us from rolling out Big Sur entirely until we
could make the jump to start deploying M1 Macs, there's no way to do it
by config profile or policy on a Big Sur ...
That's correct, the Apple Silicon version no longer requires any sort of
System Extension or Kernel Extension.It's a "universal" app package, so
both the Intel and M1 version of the app are rolled together into one
pkg and it automatically detects wh...