Hello everyone! I currently have HTTP downloads enabled on Windows
Server 2012 using IIS 8. Now, I would like to do the same with OS X. I
currently have these settings in OS X Server 4.1 (10.10.3 )and it
basically hangs then fails and I get this erro...
Hello everyone, I'm curious as to why my Adobe applications are failing
on HTTP download, I'm currently testing the deployment of nine Adobe CC
applications. It works fine when installed during imaging, individually
in policies or using self service....
Hello everyone, Currently testing moving my JSS to a new box, with a new
DNS and I would like to update the built in CA. Old JSS:
jss.domain.extra.com:8443New JSS: casper.domain.com:8443 TomCat has been
updated to reflect casper.domain.com I currentl...
Hello, I made a new JSS and made my URL https://jss.company.com:8443
when prompted. That doesn't work, the only way I can access my JSS is
through https://127.0.0.1:8443. How can I properly create my URL?
Hello JAMF, Just installed a JSS and I can't seem to access the
interface, I've never had this happen before. Basically, I install the
JSS and follow the instructions (SQL, Apache, Java) and go to
https://127.0.0.1:8443 (whatever was listed on the in...
@bentoms I'm in an EDU setting and we re-image our Mac's during the
summer. Having software install during startup/login is ideal for us.
During the school year we make use of caching/installing at logout.
@Caitlin_H Using AFP/SMB worked, but it was odd. I forced all Adobe
applications to install over SMB and the rest over HTTP (two policies).
Here's the log: Downloading
@chriscollins Where can I find the logs of where it exactly failed?
jamf.log is no help, it only fails once its added with other packages.
Other than that, it works! edit: I know the packages have no issues
because it installs on Self Service, Casper...