By Zach DeMeyer Posted June 27, 2018
We now provide a streamlined and automated process for admins to manage their users on FileVault enabled High Sierra systems. Through the introduction of new operations in our latest macOS system agent, we are able to easily provision JumpCloud users to your High Sierra encrypted volumes without additional configuration steps.
One of the main benefits of our new approach is that it will allow a High Sierra Mac user to simply log into their new Mac host one time, and be automatically enabled into their FileVault encrypted volume. To learn more, you can visit our support documentation here.Secure Token
MFA User Reset in Admin Console
JumpCloud now includes an easy way to reset your users MFA TOTP token in our Admin Console. This feature will allow you to better assist your users if they are having difficulties with their existing MFA TOTP token. If you are looking to automate this process, you can also reset a user’s MFA TOTP Token via our API.
MFA Disable / Enable Bulk Actions in Admin Console
JumpCloud now offers an easy way to manage your User & System MFA enablement via a new Bulk Actions Menu in the Admin Console. This feature will allow you to better manage your Organization’s MFA requirements.
More MFA changes are on the way, so stay tuned for future improvements.JumpCloud MFA
Another Month, Another Batch of Policies!
This month we released more Policies ready to use in the JumpCloud console. Check out what new Policies can be implemented in your environment today:
- Mac Policies
- GateKeeper Management
- Firewall Management
- Windows Policies
- Message Text for User Attempting to Logon
- Do Not Require ctrl+alt+del on Logon Screen
- Do Not Display Last Username
- Display User Info When the Session is Locked
- Allow System to be Shutdown Without Having to Logon
- Disable Windows Store Application
- Lock Screen Policy updated
- Windows Policy Monitor Deployed