Remote Jamf 200 Course
Become a Jamf Certified Tech from the comfort of your home office.
The Remote Jamf 200 Course offers a core understanding of Jamf Pro, as well as an enterprise-focused examination of the macOS and iOS platforms. Our hands-on, example-based environment is the best way to learn Jamf Pro.
- Introduction and configuration of Jamf Pro
- Enrolling computers and mobile devices using Automated Device Enrollment
- Purchasing and distributing App Store apps using Apple Business Manager or Apple School Manager
- Building and managing packages to deploy to computers
- Set up and configuration of computers and mobile devices
- Configuring user environments using .plist files and configuration profiles
- Simple device security for computers and mobile devices
- Scripting overview (Bash)
- Ownership and permissions on computers
- Four days (9 AM - 5 PM each day) of virtual classroom interaction
- Server infrastructure
- Digital course materials
- Proctored certification exam
- Jamf Certified Tech - Jamf Pro digital badge issued upon successful completion of the certification exam with a passing score (valid for three years)
Abundant hands-on experience with macOS and iOS
Optional, but highly encouraged: Jamf Certified Associate - Jamf Pro certification, based on successful completion of the Jamf 100 Course
A reliable internet connection—capable of receiving 10.0 Mbps and sending 5.0 Mbps
A test (non-production) Mac with any version of macOS Sonoma 14 and a functioning camera
A test (non-production) iPad with any version of iPadOS 17
Optional, but highly encouraged: An additional computer (production) or external monitor
“Non-production” means that the device and computer can be erased before and after the course, supervised, and used for full Jamf Pro enrollment testing in class.
The non-production device and computer must meet the following conditions:
- Not be currently enrolled in any MDM server or in the scope of an Automated Device Enrollment profile
- Unassigned in or unaffiliated with Apple Business Manager or Apple School Manager
If you do not have an iPad, you can use any non-production iOS device that meets the conditions and customer requirements listed above. macOS virtual machines will not work as a substitute for a physical non-production computer.