Jamf Pro, among many things, offers administrators the ability to provide user with access to resources that are available for on-demand deployment to their macOS device using the Self Service app. The integration with AppsAnywhere means users can now access all of these resources from the same place as everything else they need; within AppsAnywhere.

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Jamf Pro is an excellent tool for managing an estate of managed macOS devices and offers a great feature-set of functionality for deploying resources to those devices, both automatically and on-demand. This section of the documentation will guide you through connecting AppsAnywhere to your Jamf Pro environment and importing some resources to be delivered through AppsAnywhere.

Getting Started

This documentation is purely concerned with connecting an existing Jamf Pro environment to AppsAnywhere and configuring AppsAnywhere to start delivering resources made available through Jamf Pro. It is assumed therefore that you already have a Jamf Pro infrastructure setup, configured and able to deliver resources through the standard means (without AppsAnywhere). It is outside of the scope of this documentation to go into how to setup Jamf Pro in the first place. 

Connecting to a Jamf Pro Environment

Before you can use any of the Jamf Pro delivery methods, you need to connect AppsAnywhere to your Jamf Pro environment. The following articles in this section will help you manage the connection between AppsAnywhere and Jamf Pro.

Adding Delivery Methods

Once AppsAnywhere is connected to your Jamf Pro environment, you are ready to start delivering resources. The following articles in this section will help you add delivery methods in AppsAnywhere to start delivering resources.

These are all summarized in the Jamf Delivery Methods article.


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