Hi JNI have been actively trying to find other Jamf customers that are
leveraging jamf data in external systems. Around things like data
pipelines and webhook consumption. These features are great, but
somewhat incomplete. I have been trying to find ...
I have been meaning to share this for a while, but only recently just
rebuilt a blog for the first time in a very long time. I have had this
in production running for over 1.5 years and have had minimal problems.
Hope this helps people who might be c...
Hi Y'all If you have ever wanted to get serious with automation and
never have to create policies again to install software, you should
really go to this session. I have been using AutoPKG JSS Importer static
Python code in my production environment ...
Hey Everyone, A few months ago I hosted a meet and greet at our office
in Cupertino. The turn out was actually really awesome and I am glad I
got to meet some of you for the first time. I would like to do another
one, either mid December or after the...
Hello Everyone, As I mentioned during Arek's presentation, we can use
JAMF Nation as a community hub to share proof of concepts on user
interaction. Here go some examples I have used to give both coworkers
and customers examples of how to leverage su...
We don't use premium jamf cloud and we ingest data into our data cloud
platform. We do this a few ways, we have an API collector that runs
every so many hours and does an async pull of all device records. Then
we also ingest many different webhooks f...
I use webhooks to monitor client events, but we are Jamf cloud so the
actual infra monitoring is Jamf's problem not mine. I wrote a mini
series of blog posts about it, here is part 3 which dives into more of
monitoring assets than just jamf cloud its...
Yeah there is a secure prompt API in macOS (swift or objc) which one can
invoke to pop up a dialog box or prompt for touch ID or what not. AFAIK
there is no way to do this in scripting languages like the shells or
AppleScript. I do know AppleScript w...
EAs are ran and collected at Recon, if you change the data type I would
"assume" that it won't replace the value until next inventory. I cannot
say for certain but this could be easy to test on one device