Hi all, For upgrading our macOS 10.15 Mac's to Big Sur we use a script
which calls another policy to download the Big Sur installer. Instead of
packaging and uploading the complete installer to Jamf, we use the
command : sudo softwareupdate --downloa...
Hi All, I am testing an upgrade to macOS 10.15 with the upgrade script
from @Rosko :https://github.com/kc9wwh/macOSUpgrade I'm having the
following issue. When running the policy (Script) it calls the download
policy by a custom trigger. This works a...
@sdagley I know that the packages are ready to use. Before Big Sur this
was the way we provided the upgrades. But since the Big Sur package is
more than 12GB I've been looking for other ways. Because with every
update you have download and upload thi...
@boberito I already mentioned that this command doesn't exist in 10.14.
Thats why I use "softwareupdate -l" (list) to retrieve the list of
available updates. Regarding this article you should be able to
accomplish this on 10.14 with the "softwareupda...
Read today that the Jamf Pro Update to 10.31.0 this weekend for our
cloud instance has been canceled due to some issues. "It could impact
certain Jamf Pro configurations". Anyone already running 10.31
@tusdafif Eventually it worked for me. It's a bit stupid that I didn't
post my solution here earlier. There are 2 things:1. I ended up by
uploading the Adobe CC SelfService package through Jamf Admin to my
Jamfcloud instance. For some reason after th...