The company was purchased by another company. The new company didn't
have Okta so I've been deploying Okta for them, but we still have the
old Okta. We've been using Jamf Pro, Connect, Private Access and Protect
at the old company for a while now. Th...
What are you going to do if people forget passwords? Will you ever need
to recover data from a machine after someone leaves the company? Are you
encrypting the drive? Without another admin you can lose all data. Those
are just a few reasons.
Put a deferral in the process that allows users to select a time frame
to complete the task. You may want to allow say 1-3 deferrals then after
that force kill zoom and install the update. This is really the only way
you’re going to get consistent re...
You could, but I would recommend just creating the scripts to do what
you need to do. All scripts run as root unless you say otherwise. You or
the user can then trigger the script to update the machine. They don’t
need admin to do it this way.
Sadly, no. You can set it up so that machines connect to the networks
you specify but that’s as close as you’re going to get. You should
consider an end point security like Jamf trust or something to help
secure devices regardless of the network.
I also had a couple machines not follow the policy that I have had set
for quite sometime and was working fine previously. Support gave me the
following.1. In Jamf Pro, navigate to Computers > Configuration Profiles
and click New. 2. Fill out the Dis...