The same as other Jamf Connect iDP deployments, yet different.
I know, it’s only a few days since I discussed deploying Jamf Connect Login with OneLogin, but as many people are using Jamf Connect with different iDP’s, let’s quickly have a look at another one: Google Cloud Identity.
Before taking it out for a spin, have a look at the admin guide here. As with all other iDP’s and Jamf Connect, the idea is to create an app in Google Cloud, and configure Jamf Connect via a config profile or custom settings plist.
However, Google is a bit different compared to other iDP’s and there are a few things I’d like to highlight before we have a look at the deployment.
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Integrate Jamf Pro with Google Cloud Identity Secure LDAP
UPDATE 18th of December: got it to work JamfCloud! See bottom of post.
Earlier this year Jamf announced support for the new Google Secure LDAP service. As I was too pre-occupied with macOS Mojave & Secure Tokens, I didn’t have the change to test it until now.
But to break away from testing token related deployments, I decided to have a look at this new LDAP integration today.
Before I continue, I just want to highlight one important detail regarding the pre-reqs to integrate this feature in Jamf Pro.
If you look at the configuration guide for Google Secure LDAP, you'll see that it requires 'Certificate based Authentication'. Important to know, because the LDAP integration in Jamf Pro currently does not allow us to do so.
This means that, in case you do want to integrate Google Secure LDAP into Jamf Pro, whether you are hosting your own Jamf Pro server or using JamfCloud, you will need an additional proxy server. More about that below.
That said, let’s have a quick look at how to do things.
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