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This article explains how to verify that the JAVA_HOME and JRE_HOME environment variables are pointed at the correct locations so that the JSS Installer for Windows is able to locate the required Java files when installing the JSS.
This article explains how to create a NetBoot image that can be used with the Casper Suite, and set up a NetBoot server on a server with macOS Server installed.
This article explains how to start and stop Tomcat on supported Mac, Linux, and Windows platforms.
This article explains how to activate Internet Information Services (IIS) and use it to enable HTTP downloads on a Windows Server 2008 or 2012 file share distribution point.
This article explains how to install and configure Java and MySQL on supported Mac, Linux, and Windows operating systems.
This article explains how to enable SSL on Tomcat with a public certificate. This prevents the "Safari/Firefox can't verify the identity of the website <your.jamfpro.url>" dialog box from appearing each time you connect to the secure port of your Jamf Pro server.
This article describes the network ports used for connections with Jamf Pro (formerly the Casper Suite), the Jamf Pro server (formerly the JSS), and Jamf Pro apps. In addition, this article describes network ports that are commonly used when connecting or integrating Jamf Pro with third-party products.
This article explains how to set up your GSX account for integration with the JSS.
This article explains how to remove all Jamf-related components from computers that have been managed by the JSS.
This article explains how to use OpenSSL to create a certificate keystore that Tomcat can utilize.