I have several users who are not receiving newest Xcode update via Mac
Apps. In self-service, it shows 14.3.1 but no install button, but an
open button. When the user opens Xcode, it's 14.1 and have tried to
force updates to no avail. I am trying the...
I have run into an odd issue where on some machines complete the S1
upgrade and some machine fail it after the agent is installed (hence the
S1 console sees them online and on the correct version). It seems like a
permissions issue that I don't know ...
Here is the script I started using from Jamf Nation: Parameters: Error:
I found the Waiting Room and I had to give myself permission to view the
folder because I don’t have access The agent file is there. But it fails
to install. Is there anything I ...
When installing applications like Xcode from the App Store, it installs
but then it requires admin credentials for the Helper Application that
installs once the user actually launches the app. Is there a way to
automate this as well. My organization ...
I am doing that now, but it won't install. I think the bigger issue is
that none of my management commands are doing anything, just pending.
Occassionally, one will fail. Maybe it's not how I have the app setup to
update (because it worked in the pas...
I have tried that a couple of times. I also opened a case with Jamf
Support and this is what I got:Regarding seeing "Open" this would be
expected in Self Service. As long as the application is installed it
will show "Open" even if the application has...
The overview on the Mac Apps Page. Self-service page. Manage distor
pagexcode Self-service app does not show install button for
14.3.1 History says it installed 14.3.1, but Xcode is 14.3.0.This is my
case. I have other users who do have 14.3.1 and s...
Yes, we have 100 licenses and are using 10 thus far. This particular
user has 300+ GB free and I hope hasn't installed from App Store. We
restrict that, too. I have tried automated updates and Self-Service as
well. The self-service app shows 14.3.1 a...