Hey, Looking at alternatives to the Jamf Imaging agent for a deploy
issue we have. Some people have recommended Deploy Studio and someone
else steered me towards Imagr. Does anyone here have experience of these
that they can detail what are the pros ...
Hi, Is there a script that can be ran as a policy that removes all
traces of Jamf from a machine that we can run after imaging, We run Jamf
as an opt-in system but would like to use the imaging process for all
machines in the business. Is it as simpl...
Is there a way to do this. We are trying to deploy the agent to stress
test it across our fleet and find any underlying issues with our base
policies. We are wanting to deploy the agent to a set of 20 macs via ARD
but this fails on "QuickAdd.pkg" cou...
Hi, Have searched the forums for this but couldnt find an answer so
assume its something wrong with my process. Was testing Self Service
uninstalls yesterday and noticed that when trying to uninstall self
created pkg files that they are leaving behin...
Does anyone know where I would find a way to locate which user is the
currently enabled MDM user on a system level? I want to write a script
that on login checks to see if the current user is the MDM enabled one
but not sure where to point my "if" st...
For anyone seeing this, You need to remove the already in place folders
in /usr/local/jamf then re-run the quick-add package. If you dont then
it wont be able to re-add the folders etc. You should also probably
remove the /Library/Application Support...
Hey @spalmer thanks for that. However we dont want even the Binary on
there. We essentially just want to use the imaging for the imaging alone
then remove all traces of Jamf off of it, including the binaries and the
CA certs. But thanks for the workf...
@StoneMagnet I guess what we wanted to avoid by not using DeployStudio
was having different imaging processes for different machines in order
to cut down on complexity. But I will definitely have a look at it. I
guess I was checking first if there wa...