I am trying to determine which of our policies and profiles are assigned
and how. I have a script that pulls all of the API data that I need as
CSVs. So now I have a list of them and what they are assigned to, but
what I really need is to start track...
We have been using Self Service for a little while now and it has been
working well. Since upgrading to Jamf 10.7.1 the Self Service app seems
to be crashing often. I am only talking about MacOS and version
10.11-10.13 (although it may be only on 10....
I feel like I am missing something in the GUI. I have a static group
that I use to apply specific settings to systems temporarily. I have
evidently forgotten to remove 7 of the systems from that group. How can
I find the systems that are assigned in ...
I was just checking to see what people are using for removing old
versions of software. I basically inherited a bunch of systems and some
have really old versions of the software installed. I could write a
script for this for each application, but th...
Odd question, but I am trying to determine the process of how jamf
installs in our specific case. So we can deploy a QucikAdd package and
everything goes through fine. For us, we use AD Groups to exclude
computers from getting certain software or sof...
Actually, just going back to the original question, is there a
scripting/profile means to turn it off. If it always worked, it would be
fine. It doesn't.So, only Apple Mail/Safari. With the feature enabled
and connected to a Verizon MiFi hotspot "nsl...
We have been discussing an option where we push a script to the devices
that will see if jamf is installed on a regular basis and if not
redirect to the enrollment page. Possible having a phase 2 portion that
gets called after so many fails that dele...
Along with the suggestions for the DEP options, also make sure to put
contact information in the system enrollment. As odd as it sounds, there
is a chance that someone will try to reset the device and realize it was
stolen and then just walk away fro...
I would be curious about this as well. We do have an old LDAP configured
that has broken, but our newer one has been in place for more than a
year. I am nervous to delete the old one (which is evidently currently
not working) as I am not sure what el...