The National Institute of Standards and Technology released a new
special publication covering the macOS Security Compliance Project. The
new NIST SP 800-219 replaces the NIST SP 800-179.
I'm trying to build a script to show a notice to users once they login.
I'm running into 2 problems.1) The Login event doesn't seem to execute
reliably2) Login event seems to be in this in-between where the desktop
isn't up so you can't display a dia...
I've added an Extension Attribute, set it to Data Type String...Input
Type LDAP Mapping. We have our JamfPro connected to AD, all the mapped
attributes under LDAP Servers works, testing under LDAP Servers works.
And anyway the EA is always showing as...
What needs to be whitelisted? We’re on 10.7.1, so the jamf binary i know
is taken care of I believe by being on that. We have tons of scripts and
extension attributes that run that are bash, python, and some that call
osascript. Do we have to give fu...
I imagine I'm not alone on this. I set up a 10.13.4 machine with DEP. In
the prestage enrollment, I have it create our admin account(account ID
of 501, not a hidden account). Skip the setup user stuff and most the
setup assistant. I thought I figured...
I've changed my tune on Secure Keyboard Entry since this post. I
actually do believe there are good reasons to have it. While I 100%
agree there's TCC now which would prevent a lot of things. This helps
prevent applications like TextExpander that you...
You wont be able to see any of the yubikey information in jamf unless
you build some sort of EA to read the certificate. The certs are on the
yubikey, not the device. They're only available when you have the
yubikey plugged in. And like @Jason33 said...
As others have said, you'll want to check out the wiki on the GitHub.
But also there are other resources on getting started, some older
presentationsThese are from 2020, while some things have changed, the
general idea is the
You perhaps should configure it for FIPS validated ciphers and things