Installing a Jamf Infrastructure Manager Instance for Windows

  1. Install Amazon Corretto 11. For more information, see the following documentation from Amazon: Amazon Corretto 11 Installation Instructions for Windows 7 or Later
  2. Add the environment variable JRE_HOME into Computer Properties > Advanced Settings > Environment Variables.
    Note:

    You must manually update JRE_HOME after every Amazon Corretto update. The installer only updates the JAVA_HOME environment variable.

  3. Add JIM_HOME to the Variable name field and C:\Program Files\Jamf\Infrastructure Manager to the Variable value field in the New System Variable pop-up menu.
  4. Restart your server.
  5. Log in to Jamf Account and go to the following page:
  6. Download the Infrastructure Manager Installer Bundle for Windows Jamf-Infrastructure-Manager-ldap-proxy-version.msi to the computer on which you plan to install it.
    Note:

    In the installer filename, version is the version of the installer you are downloading. For example Jamf-Infrastructure-Manager-ldap-proxy-2.3.0.msi.

  7. Run the installer.
    Note:

    Run the installer as an administrator.

  8. Select setup type.
  9. Enter the Jamf Pro URL. For example, https://JAMF_PRO_URL.jamfcloud.com (hosted in Jamf Cloud) or https://JAMF_PRO_URL.com:8443 (hosted on-premise).
  10. Enter credentials for a Jamf Pro user account with the "Infrastructure Manager Instances" privilege.
  11. Enter the Jamf Pro password.
  12. Enter the hostname of the computer on which the Infrastructure Manager is installed.

    For example, computername.mycompany.com.

    Note:
    • The hostname must be externally resolvable and follow the fully qualified domain name format.

    • If your Jamf Pro server is hosted in Jamf Cloud, the Infrastructure Manager server must be publicly reachable.

  13. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation.

When the installation is complete, you can enable the Jamf Infrastructure Manager for LDAP Proxy in Jamf Pro.