Hello all, Just to clarify the point, unmanaged Macs will not count as a
licensed seat. If you edit the record for a decommissioned Mac, and
remove the Management Username and Management Password (and uncheck
Ensure this computer is managed), it will...
Hello, I just want to clarify what it is you are trying to accomplish.
The JAMF configuration file (/etc/jamf.conf) on the client is only used
for checking in to the JSS (ie for updating the client's IP and checking
for Policies etc), and does not af...
Thomas, You could use the jamf command, which has a verb that rolls all
the commands into one. ie: sudo jamf createAccount -username netadmin
-realname "Network Administrator" -password p at 55w0rd -home
/var/netadmin -shell "/bin/bash" -hiddenUser -...
Hello Brian, A possible cause would be computer groups having been
removed from the JSS, but a policy is scoped to that group. Try looking
at policies scoped to groups, and see if any include groups that no
longer exist. Thanks.
Hello, The best practice is to use fully qualified domain names when
using Casper. When you set the DNS name when first launching Casper, or
set it in the Casper Preferences, Casper uses this name to create the
configuration file on the client. To re...