Following the default Active Directory mappings, and freeIPA, let’s have a look at another way of adding LDAP integration to Jamf Pro: Jumpcloud.com
Just for the record, before going any further: Jamf, Jamf Pro, JamfCloud and now… a blogpost about JumpCloud? Don’t get confused, JumpCloud is not a Jamf product 🙂 . It’s a 3rd party Directory-as-a-service provider.
As it’s not my intention to give any advise on what 3rd party tool or solution you should use, I’d like to invite you to have a look at their website and see if the provided services are a good match for your environment and deployment needs.
However, my goal here is to “quickly” run through the steps to integrate it in JamfCloud. Also, for those who don’t have a JumpCloud account yet, good news: you get 10 user licences for free, forever and no credit card needed!
Once your Jump Cloud account is up and running, let’s have a look at how to integrate in Jamf Pro, including the mistakes I made initially.Continue reading “JumpCloud as LDAP provider in JamfCloud (JamfPro)”