We installed a new SSL Wildcard certificate to our JSS on Monday. We've
just realized that the iPads are no longer checking in. Any ideas what
might be causing this? We used this method to import the certificate:
We have 2 push certificates installed on JSS. One for MDM and one for
Proxy settings. My understanding is that the Proxy one is for
communication between devices and JAMF. This is expiring today and the
"Renew" button doesn't do anything when clicked...
Hello, We have an external company that has created an App for our
students to use. The students can download the app from a web link which
installs it on their iPads. Since IOS9, apple have changed the security
around apps being downloaded outside t...
Hello, Is it possible to un-enrol a user from the VPP program so they
can sign up again using a different apple id? This thread sort of
answers my question:
https://jamfnation.jamfsoftware.com/discussion.html?id=11514 "Yes. This
is what has worked fo...
I've had a search around on JAMF and on the Forums but I'm unable to
find an answer. Is it possible to see what Apple ID was used to
associate a user with the VPP system. We've had a few students use
personal accounts so we'd just like to see who the...
I had a conversation with my TAM the other day and he indicated that if
we move from the built-in to a third party SSL certificate that we would
have to re-enroll our iOS devices. Did you move from the built-in as
well or did you already have a third...
@mike.levenick - Java updated to 8.65 which caused the issue. We rolled
the server back to when java was on 8.51 and it is working again. We're
running Windows 2012 R2 Datacenter. I noticed that some .jar files where
missing from the JSS installation...
Do you mean when the iPad is locked you get some wifi settings to
connect it to a wifi network? We sometimes get users/students who forget
their passcodes and come to us but we're unable to do anything because
the iPad has been "sleeping" for too lon...
I think I figured it out. Our JSS installation is now on a windows
server and requires Java (JRE/JDK) to work. I looked at the JSS logs and
saw that it could no longer see a java class. It looks like Java had
updated itself and caused Tomcat to stop ...