Our developers have a workflow here that when the AMP Network Extension
in active, it's a show stopper Their work around is to "Make Service
Inactive" as in the screenshot. Obviously they then don't Activate it
again once they're done. Is there a way...
This one goes out to the seasoned Jamf Admins that have come in to jobs
where Jamf Pro has already been deployed and have therefore inherited,
what seems like, a neglected database full of old devices that are no
longer anywhere physically to be foun...
Is anyone else seeing failed Kext Config Profiles in the Management
section for M1 Apple Silicon macs? I know kexts will fail on this
hardware, so I created a Smart Group for 'arm64' architecture macs, and
have 'excluded' this group from the scope (w...
Does anyone out there use a process or an automated flow to check if DEP
enrolment was a success? (including package installs) We have quite a
few apps that we push out on enrolment and rather than manually go
through the list of Apps in Finder, it w...
We saw this a lot, and realised the cause was that the Management
Account (under User-Initiated Enrollment) was using the same username as
the Administrator account in our Prestage Enrollment profile (I
inherited the setup and it never occurred to me...
...And it's broken again... we just tried v47... and the headache
included, to get it working feels like a hack (reducing security) and
just doesn't seem to make this viable for our M1's, fortunately we don't
have that many yet, but come on google...
@garybidwell I was indeed using "Architecture Type is arm64". I'm
thinking of just not using the All Computers group any more... and
having 2 smart groups going forward, one for M1's and one for Intel's.
Not ideal, but I think it should work better.....
Anyone had luck in getting AMP installing nicely on an Apple Silicon Mac
yet? I removed the kext part of the current CP we had working, but I
still get 2 System Extensions wanting some 'manual' attention.