Acceptable Use Policy Screen

You can use Jamf Connect to display an acceptable use policy agreement at the login window, which users must accept before accessing their computers.

An acceptable use policy agreement can be displayed using one of the following methods. If multiple methods are configured, Jamf Connect uses the order of precedence below to display a single acceptable use policy agreement.

The Acceptable Use Policy Title ( EULATitle ) and Acceptable Use Policy Subtitle ( EULASubTitle ) are optional settings and always display if configured in your login window configuration profile. These settings can be used to complement an Apple policy banner or custom acceptable use policy web address or file path.

  • Apple Policy Banner

    If you configure an Apple policy banner, Jamf Connect displays the contents of the policy banner on the acceptable use policy screen. Jamf Connect automatically searches /Library/Security for a file named PolicyBanner to display this file. Supported Apple Policy banner file types are PDF, TXT, RTF, and RTFD. No additional settings need to be configured for Jamf Connect to detect and display this file.


    For more information about Apple policy banners, see How to set up policy banners in macOS from Apple's support website.

  • Custom Acceptable Use Policy Web Address or File Path

    You can store a web address or file path that contains your acceptable use policy document in your login window configuration profile. Configure the Acceptable Use Policy Web Address or File Path (EULAFilePath) setting with a URL web address or the file path of a locally stored PDF, TXT, RTF, or RTFD file.

    For more information, see Acceptable Use Policy Settings.