Hi guys, We've traditionally been on-premise with our Jamf instance and
DP restricted to site only but with the landscape changing I've been
tasked with getting our Jamf instance exposed to the internet, primarily
so that we can ensure Macs are getti...
I have a Late 2012 Mac Mini on Mojave. I have Screen Sharing activated
and can connect remotely to the computer using the facility in Jamf
Remote. I see the login screen but it does not respond to either mouse
or keyboard input. I'm not in observer m...
Has anybody come across an issue whereby a user is unable to select a
category on the left hand side of Self Service i.e. clicking on a
category has zero effect? I only see the issue on one (mobile AD)
account on the machine, not the local administra...
Hi guys, I've been left in charge of getting our MacBooks configured to
talk to our IKEv2-based VPN. Unfortunately, the person that set all this
up server-side has long since left the organization. I've been provided
with a ZIP containing the followi...
I currently have an issue on a small handful of Mac computers; I can
Screen Share to them fine, but I am unable to present any keyboard input
i.e. if I try and type in a username and password nothing happens. Has
anyone else seen this issue? What is ...
@bradtchapman Yes, all good - with a bit of assistance from support, we
got our externally facing server all set up and working successfully in
our DMZ! @blackholemac It wasn't really a question of cost, just timing
and resource. We hope to migrate t...
Thanks so much everyone! Just one final thing I think - do I need to
open up port 3306 for MySQL from the external Jamf Pro server to the
internal server? Does that port also need to be opened up outbound on
the internal instance? And port 8443 (and ...
Thanks @talkingmoose - I will definitely dive into those tomorrow! Can I
just clarify point 1 in the procedure - do I configure Clustering on the
new external server in the DMZ (or the internal one?) What would you
consider to be the optimal limited ...
@sdagley Thanks, I was a bit confused about the certificate part! We do
currently use a DNS alias for our existing instance and we specify that
as our JSS URL. So, I presume I'll need to specify the same URL in the
external instance and then set up t...