Integrating with IBM Security Verify

You must integrate Jamf Connect with IBM Security Verify by adding it as a custom application in IBM Cloud.

  1. Log in to IBM Cloud.
  2. In the upper-right corner, click the user icon, and then click Switch to admin.
  3. Click Applications.
  4. Click Add.
  5. Select Custom Application in the Select Application Type window, and then click OK.
  6. Enter Jamf Connect in the text field at the top of the screen.
  7. Do the following on the General pane:
    1. Select Enabled.
    2. Complete the Description field.
    3. Complete the Company Name field.
    4. Click Add Owner, and use the Select Users window to add users that you want to be application owners.
  8. (Optional) Do the following on the Sign-on pane:

    The Client ID field automatically populates after completing the custom application process. This value is used with the OIDCClientID key when configuring Jamf Connect preferences.

    1. Choose Open ID Connect 1.0 from the Sign-on Method pop-up menu.
    2. Enter in the Application URL field.
    3. Select all Grant Type options.
    4. Select Public Secret (no client secret).
    5. Enter a valid URI, such as, in the Redirect URIs field.
    6. Under Token Settings, choose JWT (JSON Web Token) from the Access Token Format pop-up menu.
    7. If you plan to create both administrator and standard accounts on computers, select Send all known user attributes in the ID token, and then add add an attribute mapping. Enter Group in the Attribute Name field, and choose groupids from the Attribute Source pop-up menu.
  9. Do the following on the API Access pane:
    1. Select Configure API Access.
    2. Switch the Select All toggle to On.
  10. On the Entitlements pane, select All users are entitled to this application.
  11. Click Save.

You Jamf Connect application is added to IBM Security Verify.

Once Jamf Connect is added as a custom application in IBM Cloud Identity, you can create users and roles for Jamf Connect as needed.