You can compile this information using the Classic API, but it doesn't
look like you can get a bulk list in one single call.Pull a list of all
device IDs (https://developer.jamf.com/jamf-pro/reference/findcomputers)
and then find application usage fo...
There isn't a way to do this directly within the Jamf Pro UI, but you
can create this functionality with the API. We do something somewhat
similar and just have a script tied to a cron job that runs on a set
schedule during the week.For iPads:
In my testing, I am not able to view passwords when pushed out via a
configuration profile - I am only able to view passwords for wireless
networks where the password was typed in on the device itself.
I was wondering about this too and briefly looked into it. Checking
user_roles privilege from Jamf Pro 10.41.0, I have the following related
to Jamf Remote: Use Casper RemoteInstall/Uninstall Software RemotelyRun
Scripts RemotelyMap Printers Remotely...