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This article explains how to create the Jamf Pro database using the Jamf Pro Server Tools command-line interface (CLI).
This article presents the default attribute mappings of a Cloud Identity Provider instance configured in Jamf Pro.
This article explains how to install and configure Java and MySQL on supported Mac, Linux, and Windows operating systems.
This article explains how to install and configure Java 11 and MySQL on supported Mac, Linux, and Windows operating systems for Jamf Pro 10.14.0 or later.
This article lists the components that are installed on all computers managed by Jamf Pro 9.8 or later.
This article lists the incremental upgrades that are required when upgrading to Jamf Pro 10.0.0 or later.
This article includes information on User Approved MDM management in Jamf Pro. User Approved MDM is required for certain performance and security enhancements, like managing kernel extensions.
This article describes which MDM commands are used to collect computer inventory information.
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.
This article explains how to limit or fully disable crash reporting and data collection for Jamf Self Service for iOS.