Starting with Jamf Pro 10.0.0, if Self Service for macOS is configured to install automatically, computers in your environment will receive a specific version of the Self Service application depending on the computer's macOS version. Computers in your environment will also receive specific versions of some Jamf utilities based on the computer's macOS version.
Depending on what level of compatibility the macOS version falls under, the following versions of Self Service will be installed:
|Level||macOS Version||Self Service Version Installed|
|Level 1||macOS 10.11 or later||Self Service 10.10.0 or later|
|Level 2||macOS 10.10||Self Service 10.8.0|
|Level 3||macOS 10.9||Self Service 9.101.0|
|Level 4||macOS 10.7 or 10.8||Self Service 9.96|
To download the latest version of Self Service for manual installation on computers with macOS 10.10 or later, navigate to Settings > Computer Management > Self Service and click Download.
To download earlier versions of Self Service for manual installation, append the following to your Jamf Pro URL:
For example: https://jss.mycompany.com:8443/bin/level2/SelfService.tar.gz
You can then package the application and deploy it to computers using a policy.
For more information on Self Service, see About Jamf Self Service for macOS in the Jamf Pro Administrator's Guide.
Starting with Jamf Pro 10.0.0, computers in your environment will receive a specific version of the following utilities based on the computer's macOS version:
• Jamf Pro Binary
• Jamf Pro Agent
• Jamf Pro Helper
• Jamf Pro Management Action
Depending on what level of compatibility the macOS version falls under, the following Jamf Pro utility versions will be installed:
|Level||macOS Version||Utilities Version Installed|
|Level 1||macOS 10.11 or later||Jamf Pro 10.10.0 utilities|
|Level 2||macOS 10.10||Jamf Pro 10.9.0 utilities|
|Level 3||macOS 10.9||Jamf Pro 10.0.0 utilities|
|Level 4||macOS 10.7 or 10.8||Jamf Pro 9.96 utilities|
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