Jamf announced in January that the Jamf Pro Classic API will no longer
support basic authentication in a future release. Classic API scripts
can still run—administrators just need to make a simple change in how
they authenticate. Let’s look at why th...
Hi folks!I've posted a gist on GitHub that includes two regexes you can
use to identify Monterey compatible Macs in your organization.It has two
slightly different strings. You can use either regex in Jamf Pro in
Advanced Computer Searches or Smart C...
If you were able to attend our webinar this week, thank you! If not,
we'll have it posted in a couple of days. We didn't have much time for
questions, so if you'd like to ask me something or ask the community
about scripting in general, please commen...
Hi everyone! For those attending our “How to Support a Remote Workforce”
webinar today, I’m starting this discussion for follow up questions and
discussions. We won’t have much time to take questions after the webinar
but I’m glad to answer questions...
Based on our blog post "How to make Mac app management as easy as
point-and-click", I wanted to start a discussion area here on Jamf
Nation to help answer questions and share resources We have an exciting
new feature in Jamf Pro 10.19, which was rele...
Just took a look at both.I think what you’re seeing are examples of how
not to write documentation. They’re trying to to tell you “something
other that 6” or “not 6”. I don’t think they intend you to use those as
actual values.Integers ≠ strings.
When you create an extension attribute with a Display Name like
“Antivirus Definitions Date”, that display name then becomes a new
criterion you can add to a smart group.From there, you can set your
smart group rule to something like “Antivirus Defin...
I’m not familiar with either of those management systems, but those
values are not integers. They may be doing some proprietary magic on
their end to make this work.In my testing, setting the corner to the “ -
“ in the dropdown list changes the plist...