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Jamf Pro server installer for macOS retirement planned for March 2022

January 14, 2022 1 comment

To follow up on my earlier post on the Jamf Pro Server Installer for macOS being retired, Jamf has added the following to the Deprecations and Removals section of the Jamf Pro 10.35.0 release notes:

Support ending for the Jamf Pro Server Installer for macOS—Support for using the Jamf Pro Installer for macOS will be discontinued in a future release (estimated removal date: March 2022). Mac computers with Apple silicon are not supported by the Jamf Pro Installer for macOS. If you want to migrate your Jamf Pro server from macOS to Jamf Cloud, contact Jamf Support via Jamf Account. If you want to keep your server on premise, you can migrate your Jamf Pro server from macOS to one of the following servers: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Ubuntu, or Windows. For more information, see the Migrating to Another Server article.

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For those folks who are running on-premise Jamf Pro servers on Macs, I strongly recommend contacting Jamf Support and plan a migration if you haven’t already. As of January 14th, 2022, Jamf’s published support for running Jamf Pro includes the following OS, database and Java versions:

Recommended Configuration:
Operating Systems:
Windows Server 2019
Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x
Database software versions:
MySQL 8.0 – InnoDB
Amazon Aurora (MySQL 5.7 compatible)
MySQL 5.7.13 or later – InnoDB
Java version:
OpenJDK 11
Minimum Supported:
Operating Systems:
Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2012 R2
Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS
macOS 10.15
macOS 10.14
Database software versions:
MySQL 5.7.13 – InnoDB
MySQL 5.7.13 on Amazon RDS – InnoDB
Java version:
Oracle Java 11

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