I just learned that several of my policies that are designed to,
essentially, trigger another Self Service policy (for the purpose of
their being a visual progress bar for the end user) no longer work since
upgrading to Jamf 10. I used to do somethin...
Hi - this is a quick question (I think) that I wanted to run by you guys
before raising a support ticket. This morning my primary JSS (i.e.
Tomcat) restarted or something and I found it stuck "Reading tables" on
the JSS startup progress bar in my bro...
Hi - I'm experiencing a somewhat strange issue lately. We have a very
Self Service-heavy environment where I work, and I've recently noticed a
strange glitch with any self-service policy... Let's say I manually
cancel a running policy ('X' button) fo...
Hey All, Wondering if anyone out there has: A) installed or worked with
Digital Guardian DLP software for Mac?B) successfully created an
extension attribute that reports the agent version installed?C) mastered
the rare art form of text manipulation i...
Hi - we're having a strange issue with our JSS where anytime I need to
browse through a list with multiple columns/data types, e.g. Computer
Groups, or Policy Logs the sorting order defaults to something
completely useless (or to nothing). For exampl...
Unfortunately we're right there with you guys in our environment. And
whoever said it is absolutely right that this issue is almost like a
"ticking time bomb" since the issue sometimes doesn't occur until the
second or subsequent reboots. We've also ...
Hi @bootrec based on your post, I think the problem is that all packages
created with Composer (as of this writing and based on my experience -
I'm not speaking for Jamf or quoting any official documentation) do not
natively support ARM architecture ...
Hey @sdagley I came across this post when doing some similar research
for my own environment. Any way you'd be willing to share specifically
how your LaunchDaemon watched for the "VPN connection to drop"? So far I
haven't figured out how to do this s...
Is there any reason why you can't just use "Allowed Team Identifiers"
instead of specifying individual extensions? Just curious if that's been
tried at all, or if users would still get the approval prompts