If a computer does one of the Patch Policies in Patch Management, the
computer is then marked as "Completed". If the computer is wiped and
deployed again, it doesn't get patched because Jamf thinks it's already
done. What should I be doing for this t...
In Patch Management, my Patch Policy looks like this: And my targets is
a large Smart Computer Group of mostly 10.12 without Skype, no
limitations, no exclusions. When I click on "View list of eligible
computers.", it's empty (0-0). If "Patch Unknown...
Yes, the installer command from the readme needs to be run.I didn't need
to run the "kickstart" command, and scan results showed up instantly in
SDP. If you have trusted communication enabled, you'll have additional
files in the .zip file to include....
What I have done is added the command /usr/local/jamf/bin.jamf
flushPolicyHistory @sdamiano Thanks. Can you confirm that this flushes
Patch Policies even though there's no "flush" in the console for them?
Short term you can go to those computers, >history>Policy logs and flush
all logs. Long term you would want to move away from using "Once Per
Computer" Policies for standard softwares. I think you're talking about
normal Policies, not Patch Policies....
In the settings, under Global Management -> Re-enrollment, is Clear
policy logs on computers enabled? Yes it is. I assumed this is only for
normal Policies, and not Patch Policies, since the latter can't be
cleared in the console.