Below is some more details, as well as a proposed fix for at least the short term.
However, with everything setup, we were presented with the message “Error <kCFErrorDomainCFNetwork:303>” whenever trying to load any of the defined PreStage Panes.
I reached out to Jamf Support, but they hadn’t see this issue & searching the macadmins Slack didn’t bring up anything either.
Long story short (& in an attempt to not create my own DenverCoder9 moment), we discovered the issue to be down to the environments ingress controller being configured with HTTP/2 support by default.
As soon as we disabled HTTP/2, everything worked as expected.
Hope this helps someone else too.
This update strips /?failover from a JPS URL when writing to the com.jamfsoftware.jss.plist for the Jamf Applications, but keeps /?failover when opening Safari.
1.1 is available now, & Jamf Switcher should prompt for the update when launched or can be installed via the “Check for updates” menu from within Jamf Switcher itself or manually downloaded from here.
The fix from Jamf forces TLS1.2 for connections to Apple for DEP/Automated Device Enrollment.
So, if you made a change to your TLS settings as I mentioned in my previous blog post, you can remove those changes.
Munki Catalog Browser is the last project that we released during our JNUC 2019 talk & is an app which allows a local macOS admin to easily list items in your devices Munki catalogs as well as exporting to CSV.
However, that repo has a large explanatory gap.
As such, if containerising Jamf Pro is something that is of interest, I’d recommend Jamf’s own Kubernetes Manifests repo.
Ours can be used to cross reference, & we update ours periodically.
This blog post is concerned with one of those repos, which is titled: JAMFSoftwareServer.log Messages.
The repo can be accessed via the hyperlink above.
This repo contains a list of messages which can appear in the JAMFSoftwareServer.log, with a note as to what action might be required due to the messages being generated.
For more details see below, else click the link & PR’s are welcomed to expand the repo.
The talk was on some of the methodologies dataJAR employs to fully manage 100+ Jamf Pro instances as a distributed team whilst maintaining a high standard throughout.
During the talk we released a few GitHub repos with items that we use day-to-day to help our fellow admins. These will be covered in further detail over the few weeks.
A link to the talks video can be found below, alongside the talks main GitHub repo.
I was inducted into the Hall Of Fame, alongside some fellow admins. Below is some history on why Jamf Nation holds a special place for me.