Today we released Jamf Connect 2.25.0. This release includes the following changes and improvements:
Configuration Support for Okta Identity Engine
You can now authenticate via the Okta Identity Engine in the Jamf Connect login window and menu bar app configurations.
OpenID Connect Authentication Support with Okta You can now natively configure Jamf Connect to use the OpenID Connect protocol rather than the Okta Authentication API or manually setting up Okta as a custom IdP.
Other Changes and Improvements
Offline MFA for the Jamf Connect login window now supports cloud account aliases alongside local account usernames.
When a user unenrolls from offline MFA, enrollment status in the com.jamf.connect.state preference domain is updated.
The Jamf Connect login window no longer appears unexpectedly during Apple's Rapid Security Responses. Additionally, the Disable RSR Watcher (DisableRSRWatcher) key has been added to the Jamf Connect login window which enables the login window to remain installed during macOS RSR updates.
To access new versions of Jamf Connect, log in to Jamf Account with your Jamf ID. The latest version is located in the Products section under Jamf Connect.
For additional information on what's included in this release, review the release notes via the Jamf Learning Hub.