When the Self Service on a Mac crashes, the first thing you’ll want to try is to reinstall it. But how ? We will see how to do it the good and simple way.
Big Sur is here and there is a lot of changes under the hood. One of them is the switch from Kernel Extensions to System Extensions. It has been a while since the Kernel Extensions are deprecated but now, time is over, they are not supported anymore. So as a Jamf admin, you’ll have to … Lire la suite
Gatekeeper is a security component, present on every macOS version since macOS X 10.7 Lion. It will verify each application before running them. Depending of your settings, it will allow only applications from the Mac App Store or signed by Apple certified developers. But using a specific command line, it can’t be totally disabled. SIP, … Lire la suite
The Office 365 suite (now renamed Microsoft 365) is now a must-have in enterprise. It contains the following software : Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, but also OneDrive for cloud storage, et OneNote for notes. To install it on a Mac, we have two choices : Volume Purchase Program (or VPP) : It allows you … Lire la suite
Since the release of macOS 10.15 Catalina, Apple made the notarization of apps a requirement for distribution out of the App Store. But distributing packages through JAMF Pro didn’t need the notarization of packages. Recently, we wanted to use the Prestage packages for our enrollment. Impossible to deploy it on our test machine as it’s … Lire la suite
Since macOS 10.15 Catalina, notifications must be approved by user. Here is a way to do it using a plist and a configuration profile in JAMF Pro