So, this is pretty straight forward for Jamf Pro, but I can't seem to
figure out how to apply a custom icon to an in-house package deployed
via Jamf School Self Service. Am I missing something obvious? Thanks!
Is it possible to upload a package to my cloud distribution point via
the JSS API? If so, does the package need to be modified in any way?
I've never used the API to POST anything other than xml Can I use the
same syntax and use the path to the .pkg ...
I have not been able to find a way to send the 'Allow Activation Lock'
command to supervised devices. Supervised devices are reporting the
bypass code with inventory, but Activation Lock is not enabled if these
devices are restored using Recovery Mod...
When creating a configuration profile to set login window preferences, I
discovered that the client is prevented from changing the Computer Name,
even if "Set computer name to computer record name" is not selected. Is
this a bug? or am I missing some...
Short answer is "yes." Kerberos SSO extension is available as a Computer
Configuration Profile payload type. Documentation is a bit sparse, but
if you've set it up in Jamf School, you should be able to translate the
necessary settings to the UI in Ja...
Agreed. I wanted to make sure to point out al alternate method. FWIW, I
like to have the version available as well. I leave the .pkg named as is
when downloaded from the vendor, and simply change the item display name
to identify the version:
This approach works, but may be unnecessarily cumbersome. If, when
updating a package, you upload the new package as a separate item rather
than simply updating the existing item, then you do need to update each
policy that references that package in...
This is a good time to point out that PII in a device name is generally
not a good idea. Device names are broadcast in the clear on public
networks, and personally identifiable information could be a security
and/or safety risk. If your users are adu...