As you may know, macOS devices can break in numerous ways and stop
behaving as expected in JAMF. Many of these scenarios have been fixed
now that JAMF considers the device managed even without a management
account. However, there's one covert issue t...
Has anyone else seen this? We have a large on-prem deployment where we
have used manual procedures to update a large number of devices over a
long period of time. I think there might be some leftovers in the DB
because of this. Because when I try to ...
Scenario: Some iOS devices that have been set to lost mode, including
always enforce lost mode, aren't actually in lost mode. The reason why
that has happened seems to be due to the following: 1. An administrator
enabled lost mode in JAMF. The device...
I'm guessing here, but I think you're experiencing something similar to
us. First, the Apple apps (Garageband, Pages etc) come preinstalled on
factory new devices. I'm not sure if they now persist after a wipe, but
that could be the case. That's prob...
So both of you essentially believe a restart of select services or a
reboot would clear this? I'm not so sure about it as I don't have access
to the device in question. But yeah, the sane solution in general would
be to enforce a maximum uptime limit...
We are happy with Ubuntu LTS. IMO, tomcat applications run better on
Linux. But I think it boils down to which OS your staff is most
comfortable with. In general, steer clear of commercial Linux distros
such as RedHat. Expensive and not worth the mon...
Without knowing for sure, I assume you're running a Cisco based
controller network? Usually, similar issues arise with Cisco.And yes, we
did have issues similar to yours. First, AWDL did play a small part in
this, but only a minor one. After much eff...
The best way you can achieve this (not meaning it's actually great) is
to use the two methods made available by Apple:a) Ensure the device is
enrolled in ADE/DEPb) Enable activation lockUnfortunaly, to my
knowledge, JAMF doesn't allow enabling activa...