Extension attributes are custom fields that allow you to collect almost any piece of attribute data from a computer.
Find out more about extension attributes on the extension attributes page.
This EA returns the NoMAD ADDomain set in /Library/Preferences/com.trusourcelabs.NoMAD.plist
NoMAD_ADDomain.sh (164 B)
This EA returns the currently singed in NoMAD username from the local account currently using the console. If FastUser switching is enabled, it will return the NoMAD username of the active session.
NoMAD_SignedIn.sh (879 B)
This EA returns a NoMAD Userlist. It loops through the /Users directory, checking if a com.trusourcelabs.NoMAD.plist file exists for each directory, if LastUser value exists in plist, adds value to an array and returns a list of NoMAD users for the computer object. It also has an option to exclude certain home directories if needed.
NoMAD_Userlist.sh (1.19 KB)
This EA maps/returns local accounts to NoMAD username mappings. It loops through the /Users directory, output displayed in JSS is "LocalAcc:localaccname => NoMADUser:networkacc" without quotes. It also has an option to exclude certain home directories if needed.
NoMAD_UserMapping.sh (962 B)
Package manifests allow Composer to build packages from software that is already installed without taking snapshots.
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Licensed software records in Jamf Pro let you store information about the software licensed to your organization.
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Scripts can be executed on managed computers using a Policy or Jamf Remote. Most scripts also work with other management tools.
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Managed Preference (MCX) manifests allow you to enforce settings on managed computers with Jamf Pro. These files also work with Workgroup Manager.
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