What integrations does Jamf have with other companies?
Learn more about Jamf’s integrations with Microsoft. Google is more than a search engine and browser. With Jamf integrations, the power of Google and Apple provide enterprise and education organizations with the technology and infrastructure they need. Learn more about Jamf’s integrations with Google.
How does Jamf Pro integrate with ServiceNow?
Jamf Pro integrates with ServiceNow through either the Service Graph Connector Program or third-party integrations that bring these enterprise standards together. Learn more about ServiceNow at Jamf’s Marketplace.
How does Jamf Pro work with SAML?
Jamf Pro maps SAML attributes sent by the IdP first by users and then by groups. When a user tries to access Jamf Pro, Jamf Pro gets information about the user from the Identity Provider and matches it against all Jamf Pro user accounts.
Why do I need to integrate Jamf connect with my IDP?
Before configuring and deploying Jamf Connect, you must integrate Jamf Connect with your cloud identity provider (IdP). Integrating with an IdP allows you to do the following essential tasks on computers with Jamf Connect:
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Conditional Access for Mac
With the explosion of remote and hybrid technology environments and the increased use of Apple devices by enterprises, healthcare organizations and schools— security has never been more important.
Device Compliance for iOS
Organizations all around the world are seeing a need for zero-trust device compliance and, with the technology experience being the entire employee experience for a remote workforce, the importance of compliance and security cannot be overstated.
Jamf Connect with Azure Active Directory
The desire for a unified authentication experience across devices and applications has increased as organizations transition to cloud directory services like Azure.
Jamf Pro and Jamf School support with Azure Active Directory
This powerful feature can simplify and secure new device deployments by requiring authentication during the setup process.
Jamf Protect natively integrates with Microsoft Azure Sentinel to push all security-related data and alerts directly into the security information and event management (SIEM) of choice for Microsoft-focused organizations.
Microsoft Power BI
As schools and enterprises expand their Apple footprint, requests for reporting and metrics about these devices increase in importance. Having instant access to numbers of devices, OS versions and encryption status is invaluable.
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When your organization uses Jamf Pro to manage macOS devices, you can use Microsoft Intune compliance policies with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Conditional Access to ensure devices in your organization are compliant before they can access company resources. To integrate Jamf Pro with Intune, you have two options:
The following ports should be accessible for Jamf and Intune to integrate correctly:
Create an application in Azure Active Directory
In the Azure portal, go to Azure Active Directory > App Registrations, and then select New registration.
Jamf Connect Integration with Jamf Pro
Jamf Connect is an app that allows administrators to manage authentication by connecting a user’s local macOS account to their organization’s cloud identity (network account). Jamf Connect includes two core components:
Creating a Jamf Connect Configuration Profile
You can use Jamf Pro to create a computer configuration profile that configures Jamf Connect settings with the Application & Custom Settings payload. This payload allows you to select Jamf Connect preferences, automatically generate a PLIST file, and configure the scope.
Configuring Jamf Connect Deployment and Update Settings
You can configure Jamf Pro to deploy Jamf Connect to computers and automatically update the version as new releases become available. To do so, you must assign deployment and update settings to an existing configuration profile in Jamf Pro that has Jamf Connect settings.
Viewing and Retrying Jamf Connect Deployments
You can view the status of Jamf Connect deployments to see if the command to install the Jamf Connect package was successfully received. If you want to send another command to install Jamf Connect for a computer, you can retry deployment for that computer or multiple computers.
How to set up Jamf Pro?
To set up Jamf Pro manually, open a new web browser window and sign in to your Jamf Pro company site as an administrator. Then, take the following steps. Select the Settings icon from the upper-right corner of the page. Select Single Sign-On. On the Single Sign-On page, take the following steps. a .
What is session control in Jamf Pro?
Once you configure Jamf Pro you can enforce Session Control, which protects exfiltration and infiltration of your organization’s sensitive data in real time. Session Control extends from Conditional Access. Learn how to enforce session control with Microsoft Cloud App Security.
Can you use Jamf Pro with Azure?
When you integrate Jamf Pro with Azure AD, you can: Use Azure AD to control who has access to Jamf Pro. Automatically sign in your users to Jamf Pro with their Azure AD accounts. Manage your accounts in one central location: the Azure portal.
Enter your RMM credentials
Create a dedicated user and password in Jamf Pro which will be used for IT Glue to access the Jamf Pro Server API. This user account only needs Read-access to computers.
From the Account > Integrations screen, click Actions > Start Manual Sync .
IT Glue discovers organizations and configurations and tries to match them to data in your account. The matching logic can be found in the Introduction section of this article. Anything that isn’t automatically matched will need to be manually actioned.
Once all organizations have been matched, the same process should be followed for any unmatched configurations.
Before an organization, site, location, or company in an RMM tool can sync with IT Glue to create an IT Glue organization, you must add at least one configuration to it. If there are none and the organization does not already exist in IT Glue from any other source, then it will not appear in IT Glue.