has anyone pulled data from ServiceNow into Jamf? If so, do you have a
workflow, scripts, etc to share?I am trying to use some of the data such
as employee termination or inactive device to add to the computer record
in Jamf to run future workflows s...
this is mainly for distributing outside of Jamf as of now, but may be
helpful to understand both processes. Is there a proper procedure to
build a package that wont require rosetta on M1 / Apple silicon Macs
when installed manually or through MDM? I ...
Our org is currently rolling out PKI certificates for VPN, we already
have existing network certificates configured and deployed for users to
connect to corp wi-fi. As of now we are using two separate config
profiles, one for Wi-Fi and one for VPN, b...
I am not the owner of our Apple Developer portal but had our admin
create a Developer ID Installer (for installer packagers) certificate,
which they provided and I installed the certificate on my Mac keychain,
created a flat pkg in composer, and used...
I have a couple of questions regarding Jamf, Big Sur, M1's and FileVault
Have there been any changes to configuring FileVault in Jamf? What is
the process to enable FileVault for computers using Big Sur? Anything
noticeably different with M1 Apple de...
thanks, but unfortunately it does not. As mentioned I already have data
flowing from Jamf to ServiceNow, I would ideally like to find if others
in the Jamf community have done some sort of bi-directional data flow
between these two services. I'm sure...
I know this is considered depreciated, but wanted to understand if it
was expected behavior that when removing a USB write restriction config
profile is a restart required or should the user be able to regain
immediate read/write privileges to the US...
have you tried running this command on the Mac: sudo profiles renew
-type enrollment to enroll in your existing MDM, I believe even if you
reassign the device in ABM to another MDM those profiles are stuck. On
Intel macs you'd have to disable SIP and...
pain in the @rs3 for sure. here is the approach we've been trying, by no
means is this a fool proof or sophisticate approach. Option 1 – monthly
patches, we run a MDM command on all Macs that do not have the latest
version roughly once a month, this ...