Trying to test some new ideas, but getting blocked. Have "Prod_Server A"
and "Dev_Server A" Created a "MigrationTest" user account on both, with
RO privileges on Prod_server, and full admin on Dev_Server A. Using Jamf
Migrator, I have all information...
OK, pretty sure I know the answer to this, but... New (to me)
environment. Access to Jamf managed by Okta, so I don't know the PW.
Trying to log on to Jamf Admin, and of course, it wants user/pass. Any
simple solution besides creating a Jamf Admin se...
Looking at backing up some of our Jamf configs... is there a way (using
the api, perhaps?) to do a dump of ALL scripts used in Jamf? I probably
have close to 100 scripts, but they are all stored in the DB. Any way to
dump those out, even if just to a...
Just curious... thought this would be simple, but I've not stumbled onto
the trick just yet. Upgraded to Jamf 10.14.1, was looking forward to
using the expanded LDAP lookup to handle scoping (via smart groups) for
a few specific items. Looks like the...
Another approach that should be valid if you have a reasonable ITSec.
group - fix your documentation to simply say that your baseline is the
"Current CIS benchmark" and stop listing version. Then for internal
documentation, write up a reasonable appr...
FWIW, CIS isn't "ignoring" anything... the CIS group is a volunteer
group who write the benchmarks in their spare time. (disclaimer, I
helped write the 10.8, 10.12 and 10.13 benchmarks). Due to a few
factors, I haven't been involved in any of the CIS...
If you upload via Jamf Admin (as @robertliebsch suggests!) Jamf Admin
will zip it for you and upload. Never had a problem serving it up from
both SMB and HTTPS shares hosted on Windows servers that way.
Agreed with @mm2270 . Thank you very much! Suspect I may have been
looking at a cached page when I wrote my earlier comment, or I could
just admit I'm sometimes blind and missed the 2nd entry! Will be talking
to my boss about the 2nd option.