Hey all, we've recently run into an issue where apps that have
previously been installed either through the Mac App Store, then removed
from our JAMF MAS apps are now prompting users for admin credentials in
order to updat (See image). As you can ima...
Hi all, I'm not sure if this has been posted about beforehand, though I
couldn't really find anything that answers my question beyond "Re-enroll
the device". Basically we had a mishap in our environment where, upon
renewing our Push Certificate, anot...
Hey all, I have a peculiar situation where some users are able to change
their profile pictures whereas others are not. Ideally, we want everyone
to be able to change their profile pictures. For context: Up until
recently, Macs were set up by creatin...
Hey @Ke_ReM, while for us we went ahead with swapping the certificate
and re-enrolling our devices, I believe if you generate the APN Cert
using the original ID, you shouldn't need to do so.The Vendor-signed CSR
file is the same either way as far as ...
@larry_barrett But would this also apply to exterior apps as well? For
example, if someone is looking to install Spotify, we have this
available via Self Service, but if I were to disable the "Require admin
password to install or update apps", and en...
@bentoms Does this not then allow users to install packages from other
sources as well? We want to keep it so that any required apps are only
installed via our own Self Service portal. If this option requires
disabling that, then that's not really an...
In case anyone else runs into this problem in future and happens onto
this thread:We were able to figure this out in the end by enabling
remote management on each machine using the below script (Thanks to
@tuinte on this thread): #!/bin/sh # Declare ...
@akhan.admin In order to create a hidden account, the UID needs to be
below 500 (Like the Jamf Management Account has a UID of 80 when
created). You could create the user account with a Jamf Policy and then
immediately run a script to change the UID ...