Today, we launched enhanced versions of many of our existing patch
management titles with more granular breakdowns and definitions to make
app reporting and patch workflows more flexible. This is especially
valuable for customers who aren’t always ad...
A maintenance release of Jamf Pro is now available. Jamf Pro 10.3.1
fixes an issue that caused mobile devices to remain in a failed MDM loop
when using the Jamf Pro "Update iOS Version" remote command to push iOS
11.3 updates to devices due to change...
We have identified an issue when using current and previous versions of
Jamf Pro to upgrade devices to iOS 11.3. As a part of the MDM Software
Update workflow, Jamf Pro will monitor the status of that update.
Devices upgraded to iOS 11.3 are returnin...
We have removed the JDS Installer from Jamf Nation due to an issue that
prevents computers from connecting to a JDS to download packages for
customers running 9.100.0 and 9.101.0. More information about JDS
support will be available soon. Please cont...
Update: the naming refresh of deprecated patch definitions should now be
complete. As a recap: Deprecated titles will now show a (legacy
definition) label in the publisher column. This will also appear in any
existing software title you’ve previously...
Update: Starting later today, we plan to roll out a change to the way
that deprecated titles are displayed in the patch feed: We will be
removing (deprecated) from the software title name. This will ensure
that end users are not confused by any new l...
Thanks to everyone for the feedback about the end user confusion that
the deprecated labels are causing. I want to let you know that we are
preparing an update to the patch feed that will change the way we denote
which titles are deprecated. This wil...
@davidi4 Thanks for the feedback. Once a title is added to Patch
Management, the display name is admin-defined and won't update with a
(deprecated) label. Unfortunately, the end user alert is still actually
pulling from the raw patch feed. We are wor...