I have build a NoMAD config profile and have pushed it out. When it is
FIRST INSTALLED, it works beautifully. If I either Quit NoMAD (and let
it relaunch according to the LaunchAgent) or restart the computer, it
breaks horribly. As you can see from m...
Does anyone know where I can find the Apple Remote Desktop 3.9.x admin
guide? The latest one I can find on Apple's site is 3.3. I'm trying to
enable AD directory services, but the info in the 3.3 guide isn't
working, so I assume there's more to it in...
If a user has enrolled their Mac in Intune and at some point they are
presented with the JamfAAD login, but for some reason they close the
window instead of logging into it, how do they bring that window back up
again? If they don't login to the Jamf...
I have discovered in Settings > Global management > Other, it seems to
have a record of every kind of certificate that has ever existed on
every Mac that has ever been enrolled in our JSS. Existing Machines, I
guess I can understand having those reco...
Has anyone found a way to fix this? It kills the inviting nature Self
Service is supposed to have so users will want to use it. It also makes
reading descriptions impossible because they are squeezed into the oddly
I should also add that this exists on pre-existing Macs and brand new
enrollments. I do notice though that if I have a Mac that is not
connected to the network when I launch Self Service, the full size
window will appear, but it is empty - searching ...
We're seeing the same thing on all our Macs of all OS versions. It's
been happening since at least Jamf 10.31. I have tried deleting the Self
Service app and let the JSS reinstall it with no change. I hoped the
10.32 upgrade that happened over the we...
You'll need to go over all the settings for the profile and look for
more than one notification setting. Once you narrow it down to one
setting, it should work. Without seeing the profile, we can only guess.
Can you share the contents of the profile ...
I don't have a way of testing that myself. It's my understanding that
most Active Directory domains will have a FQDN like ourdomain.org and
also have a NETBIOS name like OURDOMAIN. In your case, I'd play around
with "SD" and "SD.LOCAL" to see which i...