Password Syncing via Jamf Connect Integration

Enable Jamf Connect on Mac to ensure passwords in your deployment meet your organization's security standards and to sync passwords with a user's identity. View the status of your Jamf Connect configuration on a device from its device dashboard. Jamf Connect is disabled by default.

Note: Jamf Now supports the menu bar app, but does not support the login window.

Deploying Jamf Connect to Enable Password Syncing on Target Computers


To use this feature, you need to be on the Jamf Fundamentals plan. To view or edit your plan, click on your account name, and then navigate to Account > Plan section.

Before deploying Jamf Connect, you must integrate Jamf Connect with your cloud identity provider (IdP). For more information, see Identity Provider Integrations in the Jamf Connect Documentation.

Jamf Now supports Okta and Azure only.

  1. Log in to Jamf Now.
  2. Click Blueprints.
  3. Click on the Blueprint you want to edit.
  4. Click Security.
  5. Select the Enable Password Sync with Jamf Connect checkbox.
  6. Select your cloud identity provider (IdP) from the Identity Provider pop-up menu, and then complete the text fields.
    • If your IdP is Azure AD, enter your ROPG Client ID and Tenant ID.

    • If your IdP is Okta, enter your Authentication Server URL.

  7. (Optional) If you selected Okta, click Test to check that the IdP information was entered correctly.

    iFrame support must be enabled in Okta to test configuration.

  8. Click Save Changes.
Password syncing is installed on all Mac computers associated with the selected Blueprint.