So I am trying to figure out if its possible to use the Jamf Splunk
Add-On to see if our team can use it view logs for one of our policies,
where certain groups can gain temp-admin priv.From reading the
documentation, you can use Splunk to spew out d...
So if you mean updating the Asana App, there's two methods, but both
require to create a Smart Computer Group that knows which MAC has an
outdated version of Asana so you can properly target which MACs get the
update policy.Make a new policy and use ...
You could also consider deploying Asana via Curl script, so you don't
have to keep jumping back to your policy & re-do the Composer process to
get the latest version. Instead of your Asana policy having a pkg, you
could use this script instead.#!/bin...
For best practice, I would recommend using Patch Management /
downloading & installing the .pkg update file to a handful of test
machines first just to make sure that new Jamf Connect update doesn't
screw things up (just to be safe). Once you're conf...
Been noticing this issue anytime we deploy Zoom to any machines with the
Big Sur OS (both intel & m1s). Seems to only happen when Zoom gets
installed the first time, but doesn't happen when we push out a Zoom
update (for now).
I am late to the party. Think the issue is related to having AuthServer
& OIDCAuthServer filled out. What I did with the Jamf Connect Config, is
just leaving OIDCAuthServer blank and only fill out the Auth Server. If
you're using a .plist is just hav...