I've been trying to get the trial version of Jamf Connect Login to work
since Wednesday and can't seem to figure out what I'm doing wrong. I
even tried following Traveling Tech Guy's blog post :
Hello all, first post here. I am attempting to update student devices
from sierra to high sierra (I know we're a bit behind the Mojave update,
we're just not ready to make the jump yet). I am accomplishing this
process by caching an installer by poli...
Here's how I solved it: Create a configuration profile and include in
the display name $USERNAME (I guess when you move to in production you
could just edit an existing one to accomplish this) for my example I did
"OA $USERNAME". This passes the Jamf...
So update: Jamf support escalated two times to different team members
but the results were the same. At the end of which my sales support rep
recommended that I buy a license as the version I was using was a beta
and that the issue was resolved with ...
Good advice, submitted a support ticket with Jamf support and have been
working with them for the past two days. The team is very helpful and
looking into it now. My main intention for reaching out to the community
was to see if anyone else was exper...
As a follow up I noticed that caching the Installer sometimes has an
error that reads "device not configured" or "internet connection
offline", it still flags the policy as completed. Could this be causing
a false positive for the installer being cac...