When migrating from jamf on-prem to cloud, devices are first unenrolled
from on-prem. Which means they loose every Configuration Profile for
system extensions, PPPC, 802.1X etc. Users get the notification prompt
to enroll into jamf cloud and if they ...
Hello. This is more of a Microsoft question, but i'm not having luck
down that route yet. We want Jamf Cloud to manage all of our
institutionally owned iPads with MDM. We want Intune to manage all
user-owned Apple devices with Application Protection ...
Hello, I'm looking at managing iOS and iPadOS soon (have only managed
macOS previously). Has anyone used Jamf AD CS Connector to issue certs
for 802.1X on iOS/iPadOS? Jamf documentation seems to show SCEP is the
only option for cert-based authenticat...
Has anyone put together a policy/script to uninstall homebrew with
Jamf?They have an uninstall script located
here:https://github.com/homebrew/install#uninstall-homebrew But if I
upload that to Jamf and run it with "--quiet --force" it throws an erro...
Has anyone been able to get SSO working with the Citrix Workspace
application? On windows you can do something like
"CitrixReceiverPlusRTME.exe /silent /INCLUDESSON" to make sure SSO is
enabled. I'd like for after a deployment of it that a user click...
There are technical requirements that need to be met to do the custom
DNS migration that couldn't be met at the time this was started. As it
is today there is a full on-prem instance (in use) and a full cloud
instance (in use). So there isn't a path ...
@SteveS I've made some progress. For each Mobile Device App in Jamf that
is also managed with MAM in Intune, i can add this to the App Config:
IntuneMAMUPN$EMAIL That will
make Intune think it is a managed device. I can then go to Intune and
Sorry to dig up this old thread, but it is still useful today. When
echo'ing to that PicText.txt file i'm sporadically getting some errors.
Has anyone else run into this?/Library/Application
Support/JAMF/tmp/getThumbnailPhoto.sh: line 51: PicText.txt...
Would device management type still be MDM for a personally owned device
if it's not actually managed by Intune? The personally owned devices
aren't enrolled in Intune, they just use Application Protection Policies
(MAM not MDM)