Jumping on this thread...Random endpoints managed by our Jamf Pro
instance are not checking in/performing an inventory update for even
more than 10 days.Our ad-hoc solution is to request the user to run a
policy from the Self Service app which forces...
I have a script I need to run in using the Python 3 command. Terminal
example: Python 3 scriptpath.pyHow can I run it via Jamf and verify that
runs via Python 3? My estimation is that Jamf is using the computer’s
default while I need it to select Pyt...
It's a great question regarding the policy. From my findings - Pendo
Self Service updates without a dependency on checks in/inventory
updates. Moreover, I was talking about a long term solution rather than
a short one. We all have those cases where y...
@skythrock Good job on finding terminal commands which fix that
issue.What you can do as a temp solution is:1. Consolidate those
commands to a script and the script to a self service policy2. Have an
API based automation to email/message users in req...
I will have to join the former response in this thread - I also cannot
find a correlation between amounts of services listed for the jamf
record and the refusal of an endpoint to natively check-in/perform
Yep, that's it.Even if we were to force all users to run our Quick Fix &
Inventory Update policy manually from the Pendo Self Service - It just
appears again randomly without any common traits I can point on such as
macOS version, model, softwares in...