We have Okta setup as our LDAP source within Jamf Cloud and its working
beautifully when users enrol into our system. but as a school, kids
change grades at the beginning of every year (or should) and so their
Grade changes within Okta, but our user ...
On our jamf cloud instance i have been seeing a strange behaviour where
when i add a script into a policy its adding the script twice and i have
to manually remove one of them. is anybody else seeing this behaviour?
so i'm having a strange issue with integrating our jamf cloud instance
to otka for SSO. when user-initiated enrolling devices with our
myjss.jamfcloud/enrol URL we are prompted for our okta credentials, they
are accepted, and then we receive a http 4...
so today i have run into my first issue after updating to Jamf Pro 10.
so i have tested this on multiple devices, and under multiple iOS
versions (from 10.3, to 11.1).i have also told the iPad that to Enable
full trust for the root certificate (as it...
I have a smart group setup that targets OS versions, for example,
"Running Monterey" that I scope a policy to that runs at startup,
network state change, and reoccurring check-in with a frequency of Only
Once that runs a files and processes payload e...
You can use the Local Accounts payload in a policy.It not only allows
you to create accounts but also to delete them. You also have the option
to delete the home folders permanently, all set up in a couple of clicks
I have only tested it from self-service, and it's working from there.But
a quick search turned up this Jamf nation post about Jamf helper scripts
failing when set to check-in -
Are you trying to run it locally or through Jamf?If you are trying to
run it locally to test it, you will need to use chmod to give it the
correct permissions.as a script run by Jamf, it runs as root so it
doesn't need any extra permissions