Setting or Removing an EFI Password

To ensure the security of managed computers, you can use a policy to set or remove an Open Firmware/EFI password.

Setting or Removing an Open Firmware/EFI Password Using a Policy

  1. Log in to Jamf Pro.

  2. Click Computers at the top of the page.

  3. Click Policies.

  4. Click New images/download/thumbnails/81553179/Icon_New_Button.png .

  5. Use the General payload to configure basic settings for the policy, including the trigger and execution frequency.

  6. Select the EFI Password payload and click Configure.

  7. Do one of the following:

    • To set an Open Firmware/EFI password, select Set Password, and then enter and verify the password.

    • To remove an Open Firmware/EFI password, select Remove Password, and then enter and verify the current password.

  8. Use the Restart Options payload to configure settings for restarting computers.

  9. Click the Scope tab and configure the scope of the policy.
    For more information, see Scope.

  10. (Optional) Click the Self Service tab and make the policy available in Self Service.
    For more information, see Items Available to Users in Jamf Self Service for macOS.

  11. (Optional) Click the User Interaction tab and configure messaging and deferral options.
    For more information, see User Interaction with Policies.

  12. Click Save images/download/thumbnails/81553179/floppy-disk.png .

The policy runs on computers in the scope the next time they check in with Jamf Pro and meet the criteria in the General payload.

Related Information

For related information, see the following sections in this guide:

  • About Policies
    Learn the basics about policies.

  • Policy Management
    Find out how to create a policy, view the plan and status of a policy, and view and flush policy logs.

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