Hello all, How does Jamf software address this issue? How are end users
protected when an IT department sells their old Macs, but doesn't remove
their MDM profiles before doing so? I'm the unfortunate a buyer of such
a machine, and am thus forced to ...
Hi everybody, thanks for this forum. I'm hoping you can assist me with
the following issue. A community college sold some old Macs to a used
Mac vendor, who sold one of them to me. The community college didn't
remove their MDM profiles before they so...
Thank you Ryan. I think it will be best for me to erase the drive and
reinstall OSX from scratch. I don't understand the terminal command line
discussion, and would probably do more harm than good. So it's possible
the machine has already been un-enr...
Thank you for the continuing discussion. Ok, it seems I will have to
settle for "not likely" instead of "impossible". Or I'll need to return
this machine to vendor, which I'm considering. Perhaps the following
questions will advance the thread. How w...
Thanks for the discussion guys. The best I can contribute here is try to
focus us on this question... It seems clear that once a device is
removed from DEP, Apple policy is that it is no longer permitted for
anyone to put that device back on the DEP ...
Here's what the DEP Guide says.... "Note: If a device is sold, lost,
returned to the reseller, or damaged beyond repair, it should be
permanently removed from your organization’s list of managed devices
using the DEP website per the terms of the agre...