Hopefully someone can point out what simple thing I'm missing here. I
have a pretty generic self-service policy to install "R" (Statistical
computing software). The policy is scoped to All Computers / All Users,
excluding computers that already have ...
Hopefully someone can help me answer this. Despite my best efforts I
haven't been able to find one. We have a fully functional DEP setup with
Prestage Enrollments working for macOS. We were a little late to the
party with DEP so we're still working o...
Hi everyone, This is more of a curiosity post than anything, but I was
wondering if anyone might be able to shed any light on where a MAC
address is coming from. I work at a university that still dual boots (I
know, I'm working on that). We use Wincl...
Hi all, I've setup individual policies in self-service that our techs
can use to automatically configure machines for certain situations (I.E.
Lab Machine, Classroom Machine, Workstation, etc.). Each configuration
uses a custom trigger to call polici...
Hi All, We have different software configurations that we apply
depending on where the machine is going. I'll go ahead and mention that
due to legal reasons well above my pay grade we can't use DEP. I'm
trying to setup policies in self service that w...
They should be viewable under the training tab in your Jamf account. Log
in to account.jamf.com, and select Training > Enrollments & History from
the navigation bar on the left. If you don't see them there you may need
to reach out to Jamf.
We use Winclone Pro to create a PXEBoot package deployed through Jamf
that allows us to boot into the MDT server we use for our Windows
machines. From there it's more or less identical to setting up a Windows
machine (In our environment). We don't ha...
Just to chime in, I also use a single policy with two packages, exactly
like @mlizbeth. I don't know if packaging both in Composer will work but
I would advise against it unless there's a specific need in your
environment for it. Having the packages ...