Hi folks, with Python deprecated and throwing scary warnings to users
when it's invoked by Jamf, we're looking to replace our trusty
logged-in-user detection command that we use in scripts. Self Service
scripts work reliably with $3, but what method ...
Just a heads up, we started experiencing SSO issues with systems that
had upgraded to build 18G9216 this week. Many of our devices that are
bound to Active Directory started experiencing hangs during kerberos
actions (visiting internal SSO-enabled si...
Since I can't prove a negative, I'm asking here for input: we would like
to assign our whole fleet of QuickAdd-enrolled Macs to our Jamf Pro
server in ABM, and then to a pre-stage in Jamf Pro, so that they can be
enrolled via DEP after their next wip...
Does anyone happen to know which ciphers Apple uses for their HTTPS
connections for integration services? I was having issues setting up DEP
on our Windows Server test instance, and enabled all ciphers just to get
it to connect to Business Manager (i...
Has anyone found a good way to block or filter the startup pages (maybe
anything with a # in the base URL) so they are only visible from certain
IPs? For example, I don't want the startup pages on our DMZ instance to
be visible to the Internet and ha...
Yes, you will want to create an Advanced Computer Search with no
"Criteria" (meaning the report will return all records), and for
"Display" you will find your EAs in the Extension Attributes category.
Select them and they will be included as fields i...
Yeah, I was thinking about that last night, you could probably get it to
run arbitrary code if you set it up properly. Anything you can write to
a plist from a profile to be read and interpreted by your script. That
would be wildly unsafe, of course....
We put the output of a scanning tool into an EA, and in some cases it
was very large (some developers like to archive every project so we'd
see thousands of hits). I would take that data out of Jamf to analyze it
if you end up with large data sets. Y...