Just wondering whether anyone else has seen any performance issues on an
on-premise instance of Jamf Pro running on Windows Server 2019?We
recently upgraded to v10.37.2 but since ~10.34.2 we’ve seen a lot of
unresponsiveness at various points through...
Has anyone managed to get IPP printing working from macOS?We are
predominately a Windows shop and our print server is hosted on a Windows
2019 Server VM. As SMB is no longer a possibility, I set up an IPP queue
on it and am attempting to send jobs to...
We've started the process of raining in local administrator rights on
our Mac fleet, wherever possible.So far we've opened up the Energy
Saver, Printers & Scanners and Time Machine panes in System Preferences
via an initial setup script that we deplo...
We’re currently battling an issue whereby some (but not all) of the
configuration profiles we are deploying do not reach our Macs, instead
they are stuck in a ‘pending’ state. One of them is our 802.1X Wi-Fi
profile which is causing us serious proble...
I've been asked to report on how many Macs enrolled into our on-premise
Jamf Pro instance (currently ~350) have local administrator accounts
set, and when they were last logged into. Can anyone advise how best to
go about this? Could this be done via...
So my Windows guys went through everything with me this morning and it
looks as though MySQL is blowing up the CPU. We even threw 4 more cores
at it but still we see issues.Can I therefore assume there is some sort
of corruption in the database? Are ...
Nothing really in particular, I just wanted to invoke some discussion
just in case there is something I have missed. I'm in the process of
working through some Jamf-produced reports which should tell me when
folks have used their local admin rights a...
For those interested, I ended up using the log command with the
predicate option to do this.These resources proved very
Thanks all for the suggestions.This turned out to be an issue with our
'Panopto Default Settings' configuration profile which was blocking all
the others due to be deployed. For some reason, the contents of the
plist and the preference domain had bee...