Hi everyone. Is there any way to reset a Secure Token-enabled account's
password via Jamf? I would be comfortable revoking the secure token, if
that is necessary, as long as that can be automated.The closest approach
I have that works is to simply de...
Hi, folks. I'm trying to create a default home screen layout for iPads,
to be applied during enrollment. These are single-user iPads and the
general goal is to provide sensible defaults without locking anything
down. Unfortunately, the "Home Screen L...
I've encountered a strange problem on a smallish (I hope) number of Macs
where the recovery partition does not match the installed OS. This
causes some OS updates to fail, since they reboot into recovery to
complete installation. In particular, I'm s...
I have a group of iPads that all need access to a department-managed
contact list. We're accomplishing this right now by using a Google
account for shared contacts. We're also pushing everyone's Exchange
account via configuration profile. The problem...
Somewhere around the 9.96 upgrade, we saw a major decline in
performance. We've been living with it for a long time now, and it's a
drag. We've have had many calls with Jamf over the years, tweaked this
and that, and never seen major improvements. I ...
You can use a tilde to represent home folders. If you make an entry for
~/Applications then it will catch apps in every user's Applications
folder. Unfortunately, they will all display in Jamf as
"~/Applications/whatever.app", so you will not know wh...
No it's pure zsh. That means as-is, it will work on Catalina and up, and
will continue to work on macOS 12.3 when Python is removed.If you need
to support Mojave or older OSes you'll need to use bash instead of zsh.
I think this script is already bas...
Do you know what mechanism Cloudflare uses to run on startup? Does it
use its own LaunchAgent or LaunchDaemon? Does it add it to System
Preferences > Users > Login Items? If it's either of those, you could
disable it via script. If it's something sne...
Yes, all the necessary software is installed with the main pkg,
including the login screen and the app in /Applications. The only thing
the secondary pkg installs is that LaunchAgent, which is what loads the
menubar applet automatically on login. As ...
Does the LaunchAgent exist at
/Library/LaunchAgents/com.jamf.connect.plist? If not, make sure you are
installing that pkg. It is separate from the main Jamf Connect pkg (in
the Resources folder of the DMG).Personally I have not had issues on