After deploying Jamf Connect Login with Azure in one of my previous posts, it was about time to have a look at adding ‘Verify’ to the mix as well. And while there are plenty of different deployment scenarios possible, I’m going to keep this one short and simple.
Note: Just for clarity, Jamf Connect Login is used with Azure or Okta. Jamf Connect Verify is a tool used with Azure, while Jamf Connect Sync (Nomad Pro) is used with Okta.
In my discussion about deploying Jamf Connect Login, I repackaged the installer and added a post-install script for the authchanger and Notify, etc…
I could just add the Jamf Connect Verify to the prestage package, but Jamf Connect Verify can actually be used without Jamf Connect Login. So for this quick overview, I’ll just deploy Verify separately. If you are deploying Verify together with Login, just repackage it like I did in my previous post. If not, just deploy it with a Jamf Pro policy, or even a stand alone pre-stage package if you have nothing else to deploy in the prestage. For testing, you can just run the installer on your test machine, nothing special.