I currently find myself serving the role of interim (it's a
contract-to-hire role) IT director at a 300 person company. There are
three people in my department currently (however the headcount is
currently at 2, with the 3rd person being a contractor...
Okay, I know what you're thinking. This Mac was launched with version
10.15.4 of Catalina and can therefore shouldn't be able to take any
earlier macOS release. However, in the past, there have been some
notable exceptions to the rule of "the Mac can...
Hi! I was wondering if there are plans to have future JAMF
Certifications and classes on the other JAMF products/services that
aren’t JAMF Pro. It seems like JAMF’s product/services portfolio has
exploded in the last couple of years. Training so one ...
It seems like since either High Sierra or Mojave, point release updates
(e.g. 10.14.4 or 10.14.3) take forever to install. The 10.14.3
Supplemental Update took about 40 minutes to install on a machine that
had the first iteration of 10.14.3, which, g...
I apologize if this is borderline off-topic AND/OR if this topic has
been beaten to death. Presently, I work for an all-Windows shop of about
250 devices. (There is a lone MacBook Pro, with a potential for some iOS
devices to accompany it, but as far...
There is another payload for forcing on-device dictation. Are you
currently using that? Incidentally, what setting do you have for the
dictation profile? You ought to not need it by default if you want the
iPad to have its standard dictation function...
It's expected behavior. Once the Macs are removed from JAMF Pro, they
are effectively stuck with what they have in terms of policies and
profiles. You'd need to re-enroll in order to regain control from JAMF
Pro again. If the Mac was enrolled through...
Everything @obi-k says here is spot on. JAMF is usually stellar about
supporting new major Apple OS releases on day 1. So, as long as your
JAMF Pro instance is current, you will be able to support iPadOS 17 on
day one. That said, to reiterate his poi...
Everyone else commenting has given you great tidbits on how to handle
the conditional access pieces. The one thing that is worth adding in is
that "binding" in the traditional "joining devices to Active Directory"
sense is dead. It was never a great ...
Going to second @sdagley here. The Apple Silicon or T2-equipped Intel
Mac in question has to have successfully been enrolled once via
Automated Device Enrollment to require network connection at the setup
assistant each time you nuke and pave the Mac...