JAMF Nation

JAMF Nation, hosted by JAMF Software, is a dynamic and knowledgeable community of Apple-focused IT admins and Casper Suite users. Join us in person, in October, for the annual JAMF Nation User Conference (JNUC) to discover new and better ways to manage Apple devices.

Articles

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Teachers Cannot be Added to Casper Focus from JSS User Accounts

This article explains how to add a teacher to a class from a JSS user account for use with Casper Focus using the Casper Suite v9.9.
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Understanding Master and Child Web Application Responsibilities

This article describes which tasks are performed by the master and child web applications in a clustered JSS configuration.
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JAMF Cloud Distribution Service Communication

This article explains how the JAMF Cloud Distribution Service (JCDS) communicates in your environment.
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Moving from User- to Device-based VPP Assignments

This article explains the steps to take to move from user- to device-based VPP assignments.
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Managing an App that is Currently Installed as an Unmanaged App

This article explains how to manage an app after it has already been installed on a device as an unmanaged app.
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Troubleshooting JAMF Distribution Server (JDS) Issues on Computers with OS X Server v5.0.x Installed

This article explains how to configure a JAMF Distribution Server (JDS) instance on a computer with OS X Server v5.0.x installed.
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Data and Tables Affected by Log Flushing

This article explains the types of data flushed when log flushing is performed, as well as the database tables that are affected.
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Booting an OS X v10.11 or Later Computer to a NetBoot Image Using a Policy or Casper Remote

This article explains how to add a trusted NetBoot server so that you can boot an OS X v10.11 or later computer to a NetBoot image using a policy or Casper Remote.
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JSS Web Application Fails to Start on Computers with OS X Server v5.0.x Installed

This article explains why the JSS web application fails to start on OS X computers with OS X Server v5.0.x installed.
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Permitting Inbound/Outbound Traffic with JAMF Cloud

This article explains what needs to be added to a whitelist or firewall to allow inbound and outbound communication between an organization’s internal network or services, such as LDAP, and JAMF Cloud.