Jamf has provided a means to control their Self Service app by using
client Mac that is enrolled in to Jamf and has the Jamf Self Service ...
I apologise to my fellow Mac experts for stating what to them will be
obvious but do so for the benefit of other readers.Mac apps (mostly) use
XML format preference files signified by a file extension of .plistThese
preference files can be in one of ...
Sadly Apple continue to make life harder for us Mac admins. I
currently need to uninstall Sophos Anti-Virus from every Mac so I can
then replace it with an alternative. (This is because Sophos still have
not released a fully native Apple Silicon ver...
It is possible in Apple Business Manager to define multiple entries for
Jamf so that one could be for normal Macs and one for Stolen/Lost Macs.
These different MDM entries in ABM would then link to different
Automated Device Enrolment entries in Jamf...
I am in the process of writing a script to automate renewing the SSL
cert used by my Jamf-Pro servers. This will involve backing up the
existing cert, copying the new cert in to place and then restarting the
jamf.tomcat8 service to cause it to load t...
@andrew_nicholas Yes, it is not the mechanism of how to kill it, it is
how to detect it has finished before killing it. Opening the URL
completes immediately and passes to the next shell line immediately well
before the installation has completed so ...
@careybell @gregneagle I more recently than this thread was originally
written, tried on a couple of occasions to come up with a solution to do
this. I like @careybell have both Jamf Pro and Munki running.For the
benefit of others I will repeat what ...
Thanks @cbd4s your script worked for what I wanted to do.I can now have
a shell script call Jamf Self Service and trigger the install of a VPP
app. However I would like to add one more thing to the process which is
to automatically quit Jamf Self Ser...
@sdagley I am not putting the .plist myself in to /Library/Managed
Preferences, this is being done by Jamf Pro as a profile using the same
app domain name as the 'hidden' one in
/private/var/root/Library/PreferencesUnfortunately it is a 3rd party app...
@BCPeteo There were some reports in these forums previously that
suggested that Apple macOS Big Sur updates e.g. 11.1 to 11.3 might
remove/disable Rosetta2 such that after a macOS update you needed to
reinstall Rosetta2.It is due to this concern that...