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Proxy PAC Fallback

In Jamf Pro we have the ability to set proxy setting with Configuration Profiles. However, Jamf Pro leaves out the setting to allow fallback of the PAC file if it's not reachable. Since that setting is not available we are forced to use custom settings.

It would be great to see Jamf add in this ability to mirror Apples abilities.

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Posted: by smvasallo

What custom settings are you using now as a work around? we are having the hardest time getting this to work for us off network.

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Posted: by jtarantino

You can actually import a global proxy profile in Jamf with the 'fallback' flag (<FallBackAllowed>). JSS will preserve this flag even when editing the profile.

But effectively adding the option in the interface seems a must have.

I give an example why this fallback flag is mandatory for Internet-exposed JSS or Jamf Cloud :
- Computer enrolls from Internet (DEP or invitation)
- The configuration profiles install
- Once 'Proxy' payload is applied the http or socks proxy becomes mandatory and subsequent traffic is dropped
- Enrollment fails to complete

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Posted: by jtarantino

Addendum : another missing option in proxy payload is the ability to use captive Wifi portals as a exception (option available in iPCU).

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