Jamf is a mobile device management system focused on Apple devices.
Main capabilities include Apple devices inventory management, Zero-touch deployments, and controls to manage Apple device security, including enforcement of password policies, enabling remote security features, and fully controlling data stored on a device. In the Vulcan Platform, the Jamf connector functions as a host asset inventory source.
Prerequisites and support limitations
Due to changes on the Jamf side, the supported Jamf Pro version in Vulcan is v10.35.0 and above.
If you use a previous version, please contact our customer success.
The Jamf Pro connector uses the Computers API endpoint, so a prerequisite to use the connector successfully is a user with READ permission.
Configure the Jamf Pro connector
Log in to your Vulcan Cyber dashboard and go to Connectors
Click on Add a Connector
Click on the Jamf icon
Enter the following information into the connector setup page:
Server URL: your Jamf Pro server URL
Username and password: A user with READ permissions
Click "Test Connectivity" to verify the connection. If succeeded, click Create.
In case of an error, double-check the User credentials and permissions.
From Jamf Pro to the Vulcan Platform - Fields Mapping
Hosts fields mapping
Jamf Pro field
Mike’s MacBook Pro
Jamf Pro Computer ID
Today at 8:41 AM
Primary mac address
Mac Addresses [use additional data]
Asset’s details Packages [Tab]
Locate Jamf Pro hosts in the Vulcan Platform
To locate all synced assets from Jamf Pro, go to the Assets tab in Vulcan Cyber.
Open the Vulcan Cyber dashboard and navigate to Assets > Hosts tab
Click on the Search or filter websites input box and select Connector/Source from the drop-down selection
Locate the Jamf Pro option to view all synced assets
Enter any asset on the list to view further details