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March 8, 2023 by Katie John

Microsoft macOS Conditional Access replaced in Jamf Pro 10.43

The Jamf Pro version 10.43 update will begin using Microsoft's Partner Compliance Management API with Device Compliance for macOS instead of Microsoft macOS Conditional Access.

Jamf and Microsoft have had a long-standing partnership since the announcement of Conditional Access for macOS at JNUC in 2017. As Microsoft and Jamf continuously improve compliance technologies, Jamf will now begin utilizing Microsoft’s new Partner Compliance Management API with Device Compliance for macOS beginning with the Jamf Pro version 10.43 update.

Jamf will discontinue macOS Conditional Access support in a future release of Jamf Pro (Microsoft's previous estimated removal deadline has changed. A new date has yet to be determined) due to the migration away from Microsoft's Partner Device Management legacy API. Jamf now offers an alternative solution called macOS Device Compliance using Microsoft's new Partner Compliance Management API.

Jamf and Microsoft are developing a migration path from the legacy Partner Device Management API to the new Partner Compliance Management API for those who are currently utilizing the legacy integration. Once the migration path is made available, the legacy Partner Device Management API will remain active for one year, allowing organizations enough time to migrate.

Jamf recommends that environments currently leveraging the macOS Conditional Access (Partner Device Management API) wait for the migration path to be made available to ensure the smoothest transition to the new macOS Device Compliance (Partner Compliance Management API). In the future, when migration is available, Jamf customers will need to move their workflows to macOS Device Compliance in Jamf Cloud before depreciation of the Microsoft Partner Device Management API.

Katie John
Katie John, Senior Alliance Partner Manager
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