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Composer Release Notes v8.4 - JAMF Software

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Contents

4 What’s New in This Release

4 Installation

4 Compatibility

4 Upgrading Composer

5 Implemented Feature Requests


What’s New in This Release

The following feature is new in Composerv8.4:

Flat PKGs. Composer now builds PKGs as flat PKGs by default.

For a complete list of implemented feature requests, see the “Implemented Feature Requests” section.

Installation

Compatibility

Composer is supported on Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6, and 10.7.

Upgrading Composer

To upgrade Composer, simply replace it with the most current version.

It is also recommended that you open Composer’s Preference window and verify the new Exclusion List.

Where did the Temp directory go?

In Composer 7.0 and earlier, a directory called Temp is created in the same location as the Composer

application. Composer 7.1 and later no longer creates the Temp directory and utilizes the following

directory in its place:

/Library/Application Support/JAMF/Composer/

Each package that you create with Composer has its own directory structure for contents and other

resources.

How do I create a PreBuilt package?

The PreBuilt package feature is included in Composer 6.0 and earlier. Later versions of Composer allow you

to utilize this feature, only in a slightly different way. In addition, you are no longer required to create these

types of packages in the Temp directory—you can create them anywhere you want. After you create the

package, drag its folder to the Sources list in Composer to create a new package source from the specified

files and folders.


Implemented Feature Requests

The following feature requests are implemented in Composerv8.4:


[FR-0598] Composer now builds PKGs as flat PKGs by default.

[FR-0813] Composer now allows you to view a list of package manifests for software that is not

installed on your computer.

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Service Graph Connector for Jamf release notes

Version history for the Now Platform capabilities Service Graph Connector for Jamf on the ServiceNow Store.

Important:For details on system requirements and family compatibility, view the application listing on the ServiceNow Store website.

Version history

Version 2.7.0 - October 2021
  • New: Added the ability to filter out "personal" apps when discovering software inventory on mobile devices. By default, the integration only imports data for apps managed by the corporation.
Version 2.6.3 - September 2021
  • New
    • Support for Extended attributes.
    • Support for multiple instances of Jamf. Included use iTunes Search API to improve the fidelity of publisher and software title information.
    • Changed last_discovered field to reflect the date Jamf last scanned the asset.
  • Changed
    • The licensing requirement for this plugin has expanded to include both IT Asset Management as well the existing IT Operations Managment visibility and discovery.
    • This will allow customers with IT Asset Management to use this application without requiring an IT Operations Management SKU.
    • Software usage information is now gathered from the Jamf attribute "Foreground" rather than "Open".
  • Removed: Delta detection on ingestion has been deprecated.
Version 2.5.0 - April 2021
  • New
    • Added optional support for Jamf Pro API which provides higher data import throughput for Computer data. The improved performance is the result of pagination support in the Jamf Pro API.
    • Jamf Classic API continues to be supported and remains the default configuration.
Version 2.4.0 - February 2021
  • Fixed - Support for multiple instances (endpoints) of Jamf now works as documented.
Version 2.3.2 - January 2021
  • New: Support for software usage tracking to enable Software Asset Management use cases.
  • Changed:
    • Improved MID Server configuration.
    • Use of IntegrationHub across all APIs.
Version 2.2.0 - October 2020
  • New:
    • Added support for iOS device discovery (hardware and applications)
    • Added support for detection of removed software for computers only that enables Software Asset Management Pro to reclaim software licenses
Version 2.1.1 - September 2020
  • This is a CMDB-certified integration with Jamf. Use the integration to sync your computer inventory (primarily MacOS hardware) and software packages (installed and in-use) to the ServiceNow Configuration Management Database (CMDB). This integration allows for periodic data synchronization using Jamf Classic API. The data is mapped and stored in the appropriate classes in the CMDB data model so that it can be used in various Service Management and Asset Management applications.
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Casper Suite Release Notes - Jamf can now be set to require a tethered connection to a Mac ... ensure an Update Inventory command is completed to update the ... Casper Suite Release

  • Casper Suite Release NotesVersion 9.100.0

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    Contents

    4 What's New in This Release4 Initial Compatibility with macOS 10.13, iOS 11, and tvOS 114 iOS Management Capabilities5 Computer Management Capabilities5 Re-enrollment Settings for Computers and Mobile Devices5 Healthcare Listener Enhancements

    7 Functionality Changes and Other Considerations

    11 Installation11 Preparing to Upgrade11 Upgrading the JSS

    15 Deprecations and Removals

    16 Bug Fixes and Enhancements16 Jamf Software Server18 JSS Installer for Windows18 Recon

    19 Known Issues19 Third-party Software21 Jamf Software Server21 Casper Focus

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    What's New in This Release

    Initial Compatibility with macOS 10.13, iOS 11, and tvOS 11

    The Casper Suite v9.100.0 provides initial compatibility with macOS 10.13, iOS 11, and tvOS 11. Full compatibility and key feature support for these OS versions will be available in a future version of the Casper Suite.

    In preparation for the release of macOS 10.13, consider the following changes:

    Starting with macOS 10.13, Apple has deprecated the use of Apple Filing Protocol (AFP) on computers formatted with Apple File System (APFS). If you are using a file share distribution point, be prepared to change the sharing protocol to SMB before upgrading computers to macOS 10.13. If you need assistance or have questions, contact your Jamf account representative.

    When using a policy to upgrade computers with macOS 10.9 or earlier to macOS 10.12.4 or later, be prepared to upgrade the computers to a version between macOS 10.10 and 10.12.3 first.

    iOS Management Capabilities

    Option to Require Tethered Connection for App Installation

    Setup and Requirements:

    Mobile devices with iOS 10.3 or later

    Computers with macOS 10.12.4 or later, must be connected to the Internet via Ethernet and have Wi-Fi turned off

    Portable computers must be plugged in to a power source because the tethered caching service prevents computers from going to sleep.

    Feature Details:

    Apps can now be set to require a tethered connection to a Mac computer to install the app. The computer will share its Ethernet connection and cache app downloads, allowing you to install apps on a large number of iOS devices faster than installing apps via a Wi-Fi connection. App updates will not require tethering; this setting is for initial installations of an app only.

    To access this feature in the JSS, navigate to > , and select the Mobile Devices Mobile Device Apps checkbox on the General tab. This Require tethered network connection for app installation

    checkbox is only displayed if "Install Automatically/Prompt Users to Install" is chosen in the pop-up menu.Distribution Method

    Note: It is recommended that you ensure iOS devices are plugged in to the computer. In addition, ensure an Update Inventory command is completed to update the tethered status. This guarantees app installations do not hang in a pending state.

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    Computer Management Capabilities

    Added Reporting Capabilities for Apple's XProtect Security Feature

    You can now view the version of XProtect Definitions installed on a computer (for computers with macOS 10.9 or later).To access this feature in the JSS, navigate to the Security category in the Inventory tab of computer inventory information.

    You can now create an advanced computer search with the "XProtect Definitions Version" criteria.To access this feature in the JSS, navigate to > and click to create Computers Search Inventory, Newan advanced computer search.

    You can now create a smart group with the "XProtect Definitions Version" criteria.To access this feature in the JSS, navigate to > and click Computers Smart Computer Groups, Newto create a smart computer group.

    Re-enrollment Settings for Computers and Mobile Devices

    The JSS now allows you to choose settings that clear inventory information for computer and mobile devices during re-enrollment with the JSS. You can choose to clear the information from the following categories of a device's inventory information:

    User and Location category

    User and Location History category

    Policy Logs categoryIn addition, when you clear the information in the Policy Logs category, the logs for a policy that are specific to the computer being re-enrolled are also cleared.

    Management History category

    To access this feature in the JSS, navigate to > .Settings Re-enrollment

    Healthcare Listener Enhancements

    The JSS now allows you to add rules for the Healthcare Listener. Rules are a group of settings that enable the JSS to automatically send remote commands to mobile devices when the Healthcare Listener receives an ADT message. When adding a rule, you specify the following:

    The remote command you want to automatically send to mobile devices

    The ADT message the Healthcare Listener can receive

    The fields in the ADT message you want to map to an attribute in mobile device inventory information

    In addition, you can now enable an email notification for each rule.

    You can now choose the following remote commands:

    Lost Mode

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    Clear Passcode

    Lock Device

    You can now choose the following ADT message types:

    Admit/Visit Notification (ADT-A01)

    Cancel Admit/Visit Notification (ADT-A11)

    Cancel Transfer (ADT-A12)

    Cancel Discharge/End Visit (ADT-A13)

    To access the new features in the Healthcare Listener, navigate to > Settings Infrastructure Managers> select the Infrastructure Manager that hosts a Healthcare Listener.

    For a complete list of deprecations, removals, bug fixes, and enhancements, see the Deprecations and the sections.and Removals Bug Fixes and Enhancements

    To view a complete list of the feature requests implemented in v9.100.0, go to:

    https://www.jamf.com/jamf-nation/feature-requests/versions/171/casper-suite-9-100-0

    Note: New privileges associated with new features in the Casper Suite are disabled by default.

    https://www.jamf.com/jamf-nation/feature-requests/versions/171/casper-suite-9-100-0

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    Functionality Changes and Other Considerations

    Depending on the version you are upgrading from, changes made to the Casper Suite since your last upgrade could impact your current environment setup or workflows.

    The following table explains key changes and additions to the Casper Suite, the versions in which they were implemented, and where to get more information.

    Startingwith...

    Change orConsideration Description

    v9.100.0 Change to SSL certificates issued by the JSS built-in CA

    SSL certificates issued by the JSS built-in CA now include a "Subject Alternative Name" (SAN) extension to meet the updated requirements for SSL certificates from Google Chrome. As of Chrome 58, SSL certificates must include a "Subject Alternative Name" (SAN) extension.

    v9.100.0 Removed product documentationfrom the JSS Installers

    The following PDF files have been removed from the JSS Installers:Casper Suite Release NotesCasper Suite Administrator's GuideQuickStart Guide for Managing ComputersQuickStart Guide for Managing Mobile DevicesJamf Software Server Installation and Configuration Guide for Mac Jamf Software Server Installation and Configuration Guide for WindowsJamf Software Server Installation and Configuration Guide for LinuxManually Installing the Jamf Software Server Links to this documentation in web-based format are now available on the JSS Installer download page on Jamf Nation. To access this page, log in to Jamf Nation and go to:https://www.jamf.com/jamf-nation/my/products

    v9.100.0 Incremental upgrade required when using a policy to upgrade computers with macOS 10.9 or earlier to macOS 10.12.4 or later

    When using a policy to upgrade computers with macOS 10.9 or earlier to macOS 10.12.4 or later, you must first perform an incremental upgrade to any version between macOS 10.10 and

    . You cannot upgrade a computer with macOS 10.9 macOS 10.12.3 or earlier directly to macOS 10.12.4 or later without first performing this incremental upgrade.If you have questions or experience any issues during an upgrade, contact your Jamf account representative.

    https://www.jamf.com/jamf-nation/my/products

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    Startingwith...

    Change orConsideration Description

    v9.99.0 Connection to Apple GSX requires TLS 1.2

    The Casper Suite v9.99.0 and later use TLS 1.2 for GSX by default, regardless of Java version.For the

  • Sours: https://dokumen.tips/documents/casper-suite-release-notes-jamf-can-now-be-set-to-require-a-tethered-connection.html
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    Cloud Identity Provider Integration with Azure AD

    Updated 9 March 2021

    The “Jamf Pro API Changes and Enhancements” section has been updated to remove incorrect endpoints.

    Updated 18 February 2021

    The “Cloud Identity Provider Integration with Azure AD” section has been updated with the following:

    • Added requirement to configure single sign-on (SSO) with Azure in environments that use SSO workflows (e.g., user-initiated enrollment or logging in to Jamf Pro).

    • Added a note that groups can only be mapped by the identifier (OID) value.

    You can now integrate Jamf Pro with Azure AD as a cloud identity provider. This integration allows you to do the following:

    • Look up and populate user information from Azure for inventory purposes.

    • Add Jamf Pro user accounts or groups from Azure.

      Note: You can only map groups by the identifier (OID) value. The name of the group in Jamf Pro must be the same as the group OID value in Azure.

    • Require users to log in to Self Service or the enrollment portal using their Azure accounts.

    • Require users to log in during mobile device setup using their Azure accounts.

    • Base the scope of remote management tasks on users or groups from Azure.

    • Obtain user data, including group membership, from Azure AD and use them to map privileges to relevant accounts in Jamf Pro.

    Important: Do not integrate Jamf Pro with Azure AD as a cloud identity provider if your environment already includes Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) and Microsoft’s Active Directory LDAP configurations. A migration workflow will be available in a future release of Jamf Pro.

    To integrate Jamf Pro with Azure AD as a cloud identity provider, you need the following:

    • A Jamf Pro instance hosted in Jamf Cloud

    • Azure AD account privileges (e.g., Global Administrator) that allow you to manage the consent requested by the Jamf Pro Azure AD Connector application

    To access this feature, navigate to Settings > System Settings > Cloud Identity Providers and click New. Choose Azure and click Next. Consider the following:

    • Ensure the display name for the configuration is unique.

    • The Tenant ID value is configured for you based on data obtained from Microsoft.

    • The Azure verification code is valid for about 10 minutes. You must save your configuration before the code expires.

    Note: When adding scope limitations and exclusions, Azure AD cloud identity users and groups are listed under the LDAP headings.

    Single sign-on (SSO) with Azure must be configured in Jamf Pro to use SSO workflows (e.g., user-initiated enrollment or logging in to Jamf Pro). For information on how to configure SSO in Jamf Pro, see Single Sign-On in the Jamf Pro Administrator's Guide.

    Note: When Azure AD with multi-factor authentication enabled is added as the cloud identity provider, authentication workflows in Jamf Pro (e.g., Self Service and user-initiated enrollment) do not work for Azure AD user groups and accounts.

    If you have a Jamf Protect subscription, you can now deploy Jamf Protect directly from Jamf Pro.

    When you register your Jamf Protect tenant with Jamf Pro, you can do the following:

    • Download the latest Jamf Protect package.

    • Sync Jamf Protect plans and deploy them as computer configuration profiles by configuring scope.

    • Receive notifications in Jamf Pro when a new Jamf Protect version is available.

    To set up this integration, you need the following:

    • A Jamf Protect subscription and Jamf Nation account

    • Cloud Services Connection enabled in Jamf Pro

    • An API client configuration in Jamf Protect

    • The following Jamf Pro user account privileges:

      Category

      Privilege

      Jamf Pro Server Settings

      Jamf Protect (Read and Update)

      Cloud Services Connection (Read)

      Jamf Pro Server Actions

      Read and Download Jamf Application Assets

    To register your Jamf Protect tenant and access this feature in Jamf Pro, go to Settings > Jamf Applications > Jamf Protect.

    For more information about deploying Jamf Protect with Jamf Pro, see the Deploying Jamf Platform Products Using Jamf Pro to Connect, Manage, and Protect Mac Computers technical paper.

    You must use Jamf Pro Server Tools 2.7.7 or later to perform database backups with Jamf Pro 10.27.0 or later. Using an earlier version of Jamf Pro Server Tools to back up your database will result in an unrestorable backup.

    Jamf Pro Server Tools 2.7.7 is included in the Jamf Pro 10.27.0 installers. After installing or upgrading to Jamf Pro 10.27.0 or later, confirm which version of Jamf Pro Server Tools you have installed by doing one of the following:

    • CLI: Execute the following command:

    • GUI: Verify the installed versions of the GUI and CLI displayed on the Preferences pane.

    If you do not have Jamf Pro Server Tools 2.7.7 or later installed, see the installation instructions in the following Knowledge Base articles to obtain Jamf Pro Server Tools 2.7.7 or later:

    The following table provides an overview of the computer configuration profile enhancements in this release, organized by payload:

    Setting

    Key Included in Payload

    Requirement

    Notes

    Application & Custom Settings (Enhancements)

    • Improved error validation.

    • Custom Schema now displays as a pop-up dialog when adding the External Applications payload.

    Notifications (New Payload)

    You can now configure the notification settings for computers.

    Critical Alerts

    macOS 10.15 or later

    You can now select whether an app can send critical alerts, and ignore Do Not Disturb and sound settings.

    Notifications

    You can now allow or disallow notifications on computers in your environment.

    Banner alert type

    You can now configure the banner alert type. Banner alert type options include Temporary (clears automatically) and Persistent (requires the end user to take action).

    Notifications on Lock screen

    You can now enable or disable alerts on Lock Screen.

    Notifications in Notification Center

    You can now enable or disable alerts in Notification Center.

    Badge app icon

    You can now select whether an app displays a notification badge.

    Play sound for notification

    You can now select whether an app plays a notification sound.

    The Details information in the history of a computer configuration profile now displays "System" for profiles that were applied at the computer level. Previously, this information displayed "computer".

    This change does not apply to profiles created in Jamf Pro 10.26.x or earlier. The change is applied after the profile is edited and saved using Jamf Pro 10.27.0 or later.

    The following remote commands for mobile devices have been added to Jamf Pro:

    Remote Command

    Requirements

    Notes

    Available as a Mass Action

    Set Shared iPad User Space (Enhancement)

    • iPadOS 13.4 or later

    • Supervised

    • Enrolled via a PreStage enrollment with Shared iPad enabled

    Remote command was previously called "Set Storage Quota Size" and only allowed you to set the storage quota size for devices.

    As an alternative to configuring the storage quota size for users, you can now configure the maximum number of users that can be stored locally for each iPad using the Number of Users option. You can specify up to 99 users.

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    You can now control access to information about MDM commands in the Jamf Pro API for Jamf Pro user accounts using a new privilege in the Jamf Pro User Accounts & Groups settings. This allows you to control read privileges for each account. This privilege is enabled by default.

    To access this setting, navigate to Settings > Jamf Pro User Accounts & Groups > Privileges tab of a user account > Jamf Pro Server Actions > View MDM command information in Jamf Pro API.

    Starting with Jamf Pro 10.27.0, instances hosted in Jamf Cloud use a remote service maintained and updated by Jamf to gather hardware model names that can be displayed in computer and mobile device inventory records. This allows Jamf Pro to accurately report the model names of new Apple hardware as it is released without the need to upgrade Jamf Pro.

    Composer now allows you to configure when prompts about installing Rosetta on Mac computers with Apple silicon are displayed based on the types of executables (Intel-based or Universal) in packages.

    The Executable Types in PKGs pop-up menu in Composer's packaging preferences allows you to choose from the following settings:

    Setting

    Description

    Automatically detect executable types

    (Recommended) Composer automatically detects if your package contains any Intel-based executables. If Intel-based executables are found and Rosetta is not installed, Mac computers with Apple silicon prompt users that install the package to also install Rosetta.

    This setting is used by default and should be used if you are unsure of the executable types in your package source.

    One or more executables require Rosetta

    Composer builds packages that contain Intel-based executables. If Rosetta is not installed, Mac computers with Apple silicon always prompt users that install the package to install Rosetta.

    This setting should only be used if you are certain that your package source contains Intel-based executables.

    All executables are Universal

    Composer builds packages that only contain Universal executables. Mac computers with Apple silicon will not prompt users that install the package to install Rosetta.

    This setting should only be used if you are certain that your package source does not contain any Intel-based executables.

    For more information about Rosetta prompts on Mac computers with Apple silicon, see If you need to install Rosetta on your Mac from Apple's support website.

    For more information about Composer, see the Composer User Guide.

    You can now secure package downloads, including packages installed during a PreStage enrollment, from an external distribution server using a JSON Web Token (JWT) in Jamf Pro. This ensures that packages are downloaded securely to users' computers. For more information, see JSON Web Token for Securing In-House Content in the Jamf Pro Administrator's Guide.

    You can now set the failover cloud distribution point for your locally hosted file share distribution point in Jamf Pro. This will limit the number of failed attempts for users when downloading hosted content (e.g., when using an external network). For information about file share distribution points, see About Distribution Points in the Jamf Pro Administrator's Guide.

    You can now use the SCEP protocol to manage certificates distributed using Venafi Trust Protection Platform (TPP). The SCEP protocol is available as a payload within a computer or mobile device configuration profile. Previously, only the Certificate (API) protocol was available to manage Venafi TPP certificates.

    You can also enable automatic certificate revocation based on scope change as well as redistribute certificates that are approaching the expiration date, which will issue a new certificate to computers or mobile devices.

    For additional information on using the SCEP protocol with Venafi integrations, see the Integrating with Venafi Using Jamf Pro technical paper.

    The Jamf Self Service for macOS navigation bar has been redesigned to provide users with an updated interface and improved user experience.

    The left navigation bar now includes the Browse, Notifications, and History tabs, as well as the Account button and Search field. Categories configured to display in Self Service are nested under the Browse tab.

    The Jamf Self Service for macOS Branding settings have been moved and are now located under the Branding object in Jamf Pro. To access this feature in Jamf Pro, navigate to Settings > Self Service > Branding.

    Note: It is recommended that you check your existing Self Service for macOS branding configuration after upgrading to Jamf Pro 10.27.0 as some image displays may have changed.

    For more information, see Jamf Self Service for macOS Branding Settings in the Jamf Pro Administrator's Guide.

    You can configure URL schemes to do the following in Self Service for macOS:

    • Automatically install an item made available in Self Service.

    • Direct users to the description of an item made available in Self Service.

    • Direct users to specific Self Service categories.

    • Direct users to the History or Notifications tabs.

    • Direct users to the Compliance Remediation page.

    For more information on how to configure URL schemes, see Jamf Self Service for macOS URL Schemes in the Jamf Pro Administrator's Guide.

    • Jamf Pro now takes additional page actions into account before displaying a session expiration warning. This allows you to work on a single page for as long as you need without being interrupted.

    • The session expiration warning now appears three minutes before ending the session, allowing for more time to respond and continue the current session if needed.

    You can now refresh your Infrastructure Manager instance to ensure that changes in the related configurations (e.g., LDAP servers) are propagated. To access this feature, navigate to Settings > Server Infrastructure > Infrastructure Managers and choose the name of your instance. Click Refresh.

    Jamf Pro no longer modifies the file to hide accounts on managed computers. Instead, the jamf binary will use a default method from Apple. For detailed information, see Hide a user account in macOS from Apple's support website.

    Device certificates for computers will now be renewed automatically at 180 days from their expiration date. The expiration date of a certificate is generated at the time of enrollment when the certificate is first issued. Device certificates are stored in that is used by the Jamf management framework to secure communication between Jamf Pro and the managed computer.

    Note: Device certificates are valid for two years by default.

    Third-party signing certificates are no longer included in MDM profiles during user-initiated enrollment. Previously, third-party signing certificates were included in the MDM profile when the User-initiated Enrollment setting for Use third-party signing certificate was enabled. If you use the Certificate payload on the MDM profile for any workflows in your environment, it is recommended that you deploy certificates in a separate computer or mobile device configuration profile. For more information about how to configure and distribute configuration profiles, see Computer Configuration Profiles and Mobile Device Configuration Profiles in the Jamf Pro Administrator's Guide.

    • The ID column has been added to the Scripts page. It is not displayed by default. Navigate to Settings > Computer Management > Scripts and click Settings to manage the columns. You can also filter Scripts based on values in ID, Name, and Category.

    • A message about the expired push certificate now displays in Jamf Pro server logs and in Jamf Pro Notifications.

    • You can now choose to have the History or Notifications tab display on the landing page when Self Service for macOS is launched.

    • The "Apple Books" key has been renamed to "Book Store and Audiobooks in the Books app" in the mobile device Restrictions payload.

    • Spell check is now disabled on the username and password fields of the Jamf Pro login page.

    • The Departments settings page has been updated with new button designs, different button placement, improved export functionality, and an improved history view. More pages in Jamf Pro will be redesigned in a similar way in future releases.

    The Jamf Pro API is open for user testing. The base URL for the Jamf Pro API is /api. You can access documentation for both the Jamf Pro API and the Classic API from the new API landing page. To access the landing page, append "/api" to your Jamf Pro URL. For example: https://jss.instancename.com:8443/api

    The following endpoints were added:

    • GET /preview/account-preferences

    • PUT /preview/account-preferences

    • PATCH /preview/account-preferences

    • POST /preview/check-in/history/export

    • POST /preview/departments/export

    • POST /preview/departments/{id}/history/export

    • POST /preview/device-communication-settings/history/export

    • POST /preview/engage/history/export

    • GET /preview/enrollment/access-groups

    • POST /preview/enrollment/access-groups

    • GET /preview/enrollment/access-groups/{id}

    • PUT /preview/enrollment/access-groups/{id}

    • DELETE /preview/enrollment/access-groups/{id}

    • PUT /preview/intune-device-compliance/settings

    • POST /preview/intune-device-compliance/setup-connection

    • GET /preview/intune-device-compliance/sovereign-clouds

    • GET /preview/intune-device-compliance/status

    • POST /preview/mdm/commands

    • POST /preview/scripts/export

    • POST /v1/api-integrations

    • GET /v1/api-integrations/{id}

    • PUT /v1/api-integrations/{id}

    • DELETE /v1/api-integrations/{id}

    • POST /v1/api-integrations/{id}/client-credentials

    • DELETE /v1/api-integrations/{id}/client-credentials

    • GET /v1/classrooms/{id}/membership

    • GET /v1/cloud-idp/{id}

    • GET /v1/csa/token

    • PUT /v1/csa/token

    • POST /v1/csa/token

    • DELETE /v1/csa/token

    • GET /v1/device-communication-settings

    • PUT /v1/device-communication-settings

    • GET /v1/device-communication-settings/history

    • POST /v1/device-communication-settings/history

    • GET /v1/engage/account-configuration

    • POST /v1/enrollment-dep-custom/generate-profile

    • GET /v1/jamf-connect

    • GET /v1/jamf-package

    • GET /v1/jamf-protect

    • DELETE /v1/jamf-protect

    • GET /v1/jamf-protect/history

    • POST /v1/jamf-protect/history

    • GET /v1/jamf-protect/plans

    • POST /v1/jamf-protect/plans/sync

    • POST /v1/jamf-protect/register

    • GET /v1/mdm/commands

    • POST /v1/mdm/renew-profile

    • POST /v1/mobile-device-apps/reinstall-app-config

    • GET /v1/parent-app/features

    • GET /v1/parent-app/profile

    • PUT /v1/parent-app/profile

    • PATCH /v1/parent-app/profile

    • POST /v1/settings/knobs/reload

    • POST /v1/system/initialize

    • POST /v1/system/initialize-database-connection

    • POST /v1/teacher-app/clear-passcode

    • GET /v1/teacher-app/profiles

    • PUT /v1/teacher-app/profiles

    • POST /v1/teacher-app/profiles/delete-multiple

    • GET /v1/user/preferences/{keyId}

    • PUT /v1/user/preferences/{keyId}

    • DELETE /v1/user/preferences/{keyId}

    The following endpoints were deprecated:

    • POST /system/initialize

    • POST /system/initialize-database-connection

    • GET /user/obj/preference/{key}

    • PUT /user/obj/preference/{key}

    • DELETE /user/obj/preference/{key}

    The following endpoints were removed:

    • GET /preview/device-communication-settings

    • PUT /preview/device-communication-settings

    • GET /preview/device-communication-settings/history

    • POST /preview/device-communication-settings/history

    • POST /preview/mdm/renew-profile

    The following change was made:

    “Verbose” was added as a new query parameter for the POST /v1/deploy-package endpoint.

    For more information on these changes, see the Jamf Pro API documentation.

    Sours: https://docs.jamf.com/10.27.0/jamf-pro/release-notes/What's_New.html

    Notes jamf release

    SolarWinds Service Desk November 2020 Release Notes

    Release date: November 2020

    These release notes describe the new features and improvements in SolarWinds Service Desk.

    If you are looking for previous release notes for SolarWinds Service Desk, see Previous Version documentation.

    New features and improvements in SWSD

    Block end users from creating portal accounts

    When you utilize the Portal to communicate with outside customers, you may not want them to mistakenly create users in your account. To prevent unauthorized email access that is not monitored by your administrators, you can eliminate the ability to open an account directly from the portal.

    For more information on Creating/preventing portal accounts, please click here.

    Workflow operators

    When configuring condition sets in the service catalog or change catalog workflows, it’s easier to exclude a value or two, rather than selecting all the relevant values for a certain condition. For example, let’s say that we want to set up a workflow in which all employees, EXCEPT FOR those in Spain, will go through a certain training program during their onboarding process. Another example is the need to setup a workflow in which we add a task to update a certain software – IF the laptop model name CONTAINS the string ‘MacBook’.

    For more information on workflow operators and working with your condition sets, please click here.

    JAMF

    Integrate Jamf Pro with your Discovery Scanner to pull data from your Jamf Pro instance.

    For more information on Jamf Pro integration, please click here.

    DRE

    Integrate your SWSD with Dameware Remote Everywhere (DRE). No matter where you are, you can assist your users remotely, even now, as we all work from home, login and help!

    Filter on incidents widgets

    We are always enhancing your ability to filter and customize the view of your dashboard. Now you can easily drill down and filter incident widgets with a filter bar in the left pane of your screen.

    For more information on filter in incident widgets, please click here.

    Schedule requested CCIs

    Admins can now schedule changes via the Change Catalog Items (CCIs) which allows Standard Changes to run on their own with a defined cadence.

    For more information on Scheduling CCIS, please click here.

    New Advanced Service Statistics Reports

    Tracking the actual time incidents spend in different states or assigned to each agent is key to learning about your service desk's efficiency, bottlenecks, and workload balance.

    We are glad to introduce the new Advanced Service Statistics reports that can help you get visibility into these new metrics:

    • Average time in a State (Elapsed time, Business hours)
    • Average time per Assignee (Elapsed time, Business hours)

    For more information on Advanced Service Statistics Report, please click here.

    Notification redesign & enhancements

    As part of our ongoing investment in enhancing agents' productivity, we are glad to introduce additional customization capabilities and new functionality for group settings and task notifications.

    Real-time notifications help you, your team, and employees stay informed and get visibility into essential updates throughout the service life cycle.


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    Sours: https://documentation.solarwinds.com/en/success_center/swsd/content/release_notes/swsd_november%202020_release_notes.htm
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