I have two connectors, primary and failover that are load balaced. The
secondary is set up with the same server and client certs as the primary
and they sit behind an F5. The both work individually thanks to input
from @bradtchapman I'd like to fire ...
Our machine certificates are formatted by hostname.domain.comWithin the
certificate payload, should I use CN=$COMPUTERNAME.domain.com or
CN=$HOSTNAME.domain.com? I was hoping I could do it by DNS name only -
but the Certificate payload requires a sub...
Trying to create something for my self-service for the end user to send
the local Jamf log to the server for the team to be able to review -
although I've never run into an error like this. Grateful for any input
Script as follows: #!/bin/bash ##Get ...
I suspect many of you in an enterprise environment are required to run
N+1 like I am. I'm yet to find anything specific indicating whether you
can run the ADCS connector and do load balancing via DNS. Does anyone
have a setup for two (or more) ADCS C...
@JasonFrank2010 Is your Jamf server and CA in the same domain? My
connector is in a shared domain between the two main companies. My issue
had to do with a trust issue between the shared domain and the domain of
While I can't promise I can answer - I use the same type of setup with a
machine certificate. Note that many have never got 'Any Ethernet' to
work - you have to specify the adapter - most using First.How do you
receive certificates? Are the machines ...
@bradtchapman Suggestions on how I can try different requests - The idea
of using multiple systems isn't an option at the moment - are you
talking about scoping and removing the same system? What if in the event
I don't have access to remove the issu...