I'm seeing an odd issue that if I run sudo jamf recon when connecting
through our DMZ webapp, a new extension attribute I create doesn't get
checked (I can see which ones its checking by using "-verbose"). I would
have figured that the extension attr...
I can figure out how to do it in Outlook 2011 (or rather, pmbuko did:
but I don't appear to be able to figure this out fo...
I'm deploying an 802.1x certificate to some of our endpoints using a
config profile, and it's landing and appears to be trusted, but only
using the system defaults. I've not been able to figure out a way to
change these trust settings (Always trust) ...
We have a Master JSS on a Mac and a DMZ webapp that has its own DP. We
use split DNS to determine which JSS you hit based on your connection.
Is it necessary to create a separate publicly available A record for the
distribution point as well? In the ...
@caitlin.mabe for us it was because the computer record didn't have a
username associated with it in Jamf, so there was no user to put in the
certificate to identify the user. Hope you got this figured out before
@el2493 Yes, any script that you shoehorn into Jamf Pro will need to be
edited to run successfully. Script parameters 1-3 (i.e. $1 $2 and $3)
are passed when Jamf runs any script. If you catch it in flight, the
actually see the script parameters runn...