Jamf Self Service for macOS allows users to browse and install configuration profiles, Mac App Store apps, and books. Users can also run policies and third-party software updates via patch policies, as well as access webpages using bookmarks.
Jamf Pro allows you to manage every aspect of Self Service, including its installation, user authentication, and the items available to users. In addition, you can configure how Self Service is displayed to users by replacing the default Self Service application name, icon, and header image with custom branded elements to present users with a familiar look and feel.
You can make any configuration profile, policy, software update (via patch policy), Mac App Store app, or book available in Self Service and customize how it is displayed to users. This includes displaying an icon and description for the item, adding the item to the in relevant categories, and displaying item-specific notifications. You can also specify which computers display the item in Self Service and which users can access it.
For related information, see the following sections in this guide:
Jamf Self Service for macOS Installation Methods
Find out how to install Self Service on managed computers.
Jamf Self Service for macOS User Login Settings
Find out how to require or allow users to log in to Self Service.
Jamf Self Service for macOS Configuration Settings
Find out how to customize aspects of the Self Service user experience
Jamf Self Service for macOS Branding Settings
Find out how to customize how Self Service is displayed to users.
Items Available to Users in Jamf Self Service for macOS
Learn about the items you can make available in Self Service
Find out how to add bookmarks to Self Service