Hello to you all.The cause of this is due to some problems to do OS
updates remotely, but firstly I'll give you some context.We have
deployed MacBooks Air M1 during last year' summer in our hardware
rollout. By the time JAMF School wasn't able to kee...
Hello World!This issue is kind of weird since it should work, but it
doesn't work. We're using JAMF School as our MDM to control circa 230 M1
MacBook Air that have from MacOS 11.3 all through 11.5.1 We have 11.6.1
available for update on some devices...
We have JAMF School instead of JAMF Pro, but Pro is way better with a
lot more features.I do not have a script because, as said previously, we
do not want credentials hard coded in script that can be easily
accessed. Since we have a small number of d...
It can be done by script but you'll have to send credentials through the
script and that is not security wise.Basically the bootstraptoken is
attached to the first login of the equipment, to send to the
bootstraptoken to the server side the user who ...
Try what I wrote above manually and it will work. The problem there was
that it needs to be escrowed to the server side. I noticed that if the
end device has Big Sur it might not work at first but it will work
eventually, with Monterey was straight f...
So, updates regarding this issue, and good ones!!With JAMF School
updates as it can now store bootstraptoken on the server side, making it
able to update directly from JAMF without disabling the App Store
restriction!! The problem here is that every ...
Okay so. this maybe be the way as I've might been looking at this the
wrong way. "Bootstrap stored" is a filter that checks if the token is
stored in the MDM and not on the device as I was thinking it was.Thank
you very much!!