How are folks handling activation lock on ARM based macs with Monterey?I
turn on Activation lock and find my mac. It asks me "Enter your Mac
password". So, I enter my account password. It works and I'm n ow
activation locked with find my mac.I then b...
Intel Macs, 11.5.1 works. Macs not in JAMF including ARM 11.5.1
installs.DEP ARM macs, configured via JAMF prestage will not install
11.5.1. Users are signed in with an admin created via system preferences
and one created via the prestage setup.After...
I have a M1 MacBook. Today I wiped it and reloaded it (erase hard disk,
reinstall Mac OS Big Sur). It creates a local administrator account
during the prestage setup. I log in as that administrator and create
another local account using using users a...
In the prestage, location services is unchecked. It should not be
skipped. Yet, the ARM based Big Sur version 26 JAMF is skipping this
process. As a result, my ARM Macs are on California time. Workaround?
Curious what a few more experienced folks think. We are testing some ARM
based Macs before wider deployment. I always go to disc utilities and
erase disc, then I do the reinstall of the OS through the system
restore. Every time, I get "No users avail...
Just discovered this myself. I infrequently use JAMF Remote but it's to
run policies in the background that need to be done now. Usually because
I have a machine that while everything appears functioning, for whatever
reasons policies aren't coming d...
I'm getting this same **bleep** permission error. When I go to JAMF Pro
and download the apps, it's no longer listed. I just opened a support
ticket. It wasn't used frequently, but it was useful when it was used.
What your screenshot shows is a Recovery Lock Password and nothing to do
with Activation Lock. The recovery lock password prevents access to the
Options menu containing the disk utilities and Reinstall OS Utilities.
Having said the above, I too am ha...
A couple thoughts. 1. The first account that logs in should be an admin
account. My workflow has us creating a local admin account. Log in with
that local account and it gets a secure token. Then any other admin
accounts gets a secure token. Alternat...