I have a local file distribution point that sits on a Mac mini share.
Anyone inside that segment (determined in Jamf settings), points to that
server to minimize network/internet load and provide a faster file
transfer than downloading from the "clou...
I can't tell if it's the new version of Jamf or iOS 12.4 (hunch is iOS
12.4) but, something has broken the ability to restore an iOS device
from backup (be it iTunes or Migration - new, iOS to iOS device) while
installing the remote management profil...
Here's the skinny. Initially we wanted the users to login to their
machines, clean - to create their new accounts, and enter admin cred.
for FV2. Then were at the desktop and we transfer user data from old
machine. Only Docs, Desktop, Movies, Pics, D...
When enrolling iOS devices using user initiated enrollment (sent via
SMS), I had both options in settings checked (institutional and
personal), per documentation this should prompt the user to pick one.
This is important for us and it shows that it i...
I want to say first and foremost that Jamf as a whole is a great
product, however, patch management is terrible. It's missing some really
basic features such as scheduling. There are some glaring issues as
well. Notifications are basically non existe...
@kburns @mwu1876 Thanks! I will give that a shot. So you still need to
push a Rosetta script to get that installed and going I see. Not bad.
Need to figure out what all changes. So used to KEX and all that. Sophos
is broken until they update it.
@mwu1876 So how did that work if the Jamf binary won't enroll the
machine without Rosetta? Meaning, policies won't run if it's not
enrolled and it can't install Rosetta as a policy without being
There really is no such thing as 0 touch deployment with Jamf. You have
to touch the machine in some form or another. Facing this situation
myself. Typically we have users login themselves. I've been exploring
managed Apple ID's however Apple in thei...