I expect I know the answer to this, but... just in case anyone else
smarter than me figured out an approach: I'm looking for a way to create
a smart group that basically says "Computers with App more than "x"
version out of date. The scenario I'm wor...
Embarking on a project and deep enough into it that I want to make sure
I'm not overlooking (a lot of) things. Company currently has two Jamf
instances. Two divisions of the company, let's call them "A" and "B",
each with their own JSS, both cloud-ho...
Setting up a couple of new SS policies. Both policies using the same
script, just different values passed, one was literally cloned from the
other and values for $4 changed. Issue is that one policy DOES show the
description, and one does not. We hav...
Because stealing is bad? Dunno. But like everyone else is saying... if
you don't need Jamf, don't get Jamf. If you need it (or any MDM), then
deleting the records defeats the entire purpose.(and FWIW, minimum seat
count for Jamf is 50 IIRC)
An EA is the "simple" way if you want to report on it regularly. You can
check it for any individual machine by looking at the computer record,
at "Local Accounts" on the left-hand side, and then looking for the
admin column, but for an EA, here is w...
Anyone confirm this is working for them with Safari 14.x? I get:
2021-05-12 15:37:27.894 defaults[46370:361899] Rep argument is not a
dictionary Defaults have not been changed. even when running locally….