Hot on the heels of macOS Monterey 12.2, Apple have publicly released the macOS Monterey 12.3 Beta Release Notes.
Despite this being a point release, there are a few breaking changes.
The kernels for both the Dropbox Desktop Application and Microsoft OneDrive are called out as deprecated in the release notes, and as such both have updates and/or changes coming to overcome this change.
However, the more impactful change is the removal of Python 2 (/usr/bin/python).
This has a number of ramifications, and is really a very large change to drop in a point release.
See below for more details on this, and how it will likely affect every Mac Admin.
During your testing of macOS Monterey (betas or today after it’s release), you might receive a prompt like that shown above.
Well, does this mean that the “JamfManagementService” needs an update? Nope! and, to be clear, this is something you’ll likely see even if you don’t use Jamf.
Below is some information on this message, what triggers it, and how to start to uncover what on your macOS devices are triggering it.