Before you distribute an in-house app or book, it is important to consider where it will be hosted. One of the hosting locations you can use is a web server. To use this location, the app or book must be hosted on a web server before you distribute it. If you do not have a web server on which to host your in-house content, you can use the Tomcat instance that hosts Jamf Pro.
Jamf Pro v8.5 and later
Create a directory named "inhouse" in the Tomcat webapps ROOT directory.
If you used the Jamf Pro Installer to install Jamf Pro, the directory is located at:
If you did not use the Jamf Pro Installer to install Jamf Pro, the directory is located at:
Place the in-house book file (.ibooks, .epub, or .pdf) or in-house app file (.ipa) in the directory you created in step 1.
For information on distributing in-house books or apps using Jamf Pro, see the Jamf Pro Administrator's Guide.
The URL for an in-house book or app hosted on the Tomcat instance that hosts Jamf Pro is https://jss.instancename.com:8443/inhouse/filename