Happy birthday, Jamf! On June 10th you turned 21! But it’s not just your
birthday this month. It’s also Charlie Root’s 30th birthday today! If it
weren’t for Charlie, probably none of us would be here right now. Who’s
Charlie Root? Digital spelunking...
Death by PowerPoint started in the living room Willis H. O’Brien was a
famous Hollywood special effects artist known for his pioneering work in
stop-motion cinematography. While we may look at his special effects in
the movie King Kong from 1933 as o...
Jamf added support for LAPS in April’s Jamf Pro 10.46.0 release. What is
LAPS? LAPS is short for Local Administrator Password Solution. It was
coined by Microsoft in May 2015 as a solution for automatically rotating
passwords of shared IT administrat...
Comic Sans is just my type.Not really. You’ve got a story! You know what
you want to say. How do you say it? Your presentation deck is how you
turn your ideas into something visual for your audience. It’s going to
complement what you’re there to say....
A Read-only Friday post by William Smith “I’m not a terrible
procrastinator. I’m a great procrastinator!” It’s Monday morning. You’ve
tumbled out of bed and stumbled to the kitchen and poured yourself a cup
of ambition. You sit down to check email an...
When manually enrolling devices (not using a PreStage enrollment to
manage Automated Device Enrollment), I can think of three ways to
authorize someone to enroll a device: Any Jamf Pro administrator with
enrollment privileges in User accounts and gro...
You might also check out Watchman Monitoring.
https://www.watchmanmonitoring.com/ It was started several years back by
Allen Hancock, who seems to be very active in the #watchmanmonitoring
channel on MacAdmins Slack.
I think the problem is that you're trying to run something by command
line that opens an app. Jamf Pro runs commands as root, which means
you're trying to open the app as root. But root isn't logged in. Add a
couple lines to the beginning to get the ...
I'd forgotten about this script I'd made a while back. You can add it to
Jamf Pro and then add it to a policy that includes your package. It'll
create the choices file for you on the computer and then call it when