When auto-launching Self Service post-enrollment isn’t enough, continually prompt your users to actually setup their new Macs
Leverage Jamf Pro’s Execute Command to auto-close the Self Service description, auto-reload Self Service and auto-reveal an app after user installation
Enhance your Jamf Pro policies with six granular log out, restart or shut down options
Hit the “pause” button on initial Jamf Pro inventory collection for a duration you specify
When Jamf Pro 10.32 introduced Recovery Lock Enablement in macOS Using the Jamf Pro API, I was excited to try the other side of the coin: Allowing end-users to view the recoveryOS password for their Mac with Apple silicon and then programmatically generating a new, random Recovery Lock password.
Interactive control of swiftDialog v188.8.131.5258 (or later) via the macOS Terminal
Leverages swiftDialog v1.11.2 (or later) and Jamf Pro Policy Custom Events to allow end-users to self-complete Mac setup post-enrollment via Jamf Pro’s Self Service.
After stumbling across one of my Jamf Nation posts from June 2015 — which had a comment from yesterday — it seemed like it was time to provide the macOS Monterey-compatible version
Functions for your ~/.zshrc to hopefully make your life as a Mac Admin easier
As a follow-up to Your Internal Beta Test Program: Opt-in, Opt-out via Self Service, learn how to architect invitation-only betas for your elite testers for when your organization pilots new endpoint security solutions, like Jamf Protect, while maintaining your current offerings.