Jamf Infrastructure Manager Instances

A Jamf Infrastructure Manager instance is a service that is managed by Jamf Pro. It can be used to host the following:

  • LDAP Proxy—This allows traffic to pass securely between Jamf Pro and an LDAP directory service. The Infrastructure Manager and the LDAP Proxy typically reside within the DMZ.
    The LDAP Proxy requires integration with an LDAP directory service.
    For more information, see LDAP Proxy.

  • Healthcare Listener—This allows traffic to pass securely from a healthcare management system to Jamf Pro.
    For more information, see Healthcare Listener.

When you install an instance of the Infrastructure Manager, Jamf Pro allows you to enable the LDAP Proxy or the Healthcare Listener. Infrastructure Manager instances can be installed on Linux and Windows. For more information, see the Jamf Infrastructure Manager Installation Guide.

Viewing Inventory Information for a Jamf Infrastructure Manager Instance

Jamf Pro displays the following inventory information for each Infrastructure Manager instance:

  • Last Check-in

  • IP Address at Last Check-in

  • Operating System

  • Operating System Version

  1. Log in to Jamf Pro.

  2. In the top-right corner of the page, click Settings images/download/thumbnails/16442441/Icon_Settings_Hover.png .

  3. Click Computer Management.

  4. In the “Computer Management–Server Infrastructure” section, click Infrastructure Managers images/download/thumbnails/12985604/InfrastructureManager.png .
    A list of Infrastructure Manager instances is displayed along with the services that are installed on each instance.

  5. Click the Infrastructure Manager instance you want to view inventory information for.

Further Considerations

  • When editing an Infrastructure Manager instance, only the display name and recurring check-in frequency can be changed.
    Note: The default check-in frequency at which the Infrastructure Manager instance checks in with Jamf Pro is 30 seconds.

  • An Infrastructure Manager instance cannot be deleted if there are dependencies for the Infrastructure Manager. For example, an Infrastructure Manager cannot be deleted if there is an LDAP Proxy hosted on it. To delete the Infrastructure Manager, you must first disable the LDAP Proxy.

  • If a Healthcare Listener is hosted on the Infrastructure Manager, the Healthcare Listener is deleted when the Infrastructure Manager is deleted.

Related Information

Email Notifications
Learn how to enable an email notification in the event that an Infrastructure Manager instance does not check in with Jamf Pro.

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