JAMF - Will letting IT install it mess up my extensive Applescripting?

Hi all. IT wants to install JAMF https://www.jamf.com on our Macs to remotely “manage” them.

We’re using a lot of Applescript to automate Filemaker Pro, InDesign CC, Photoshop CC, and Outlook, along with shell scripts, on Mojave.

Does anyone have any advice for installing/not installing JAMF in relation to our various workflows? Ie, will all the Applescript and shell scripting still work as before? Will permissions be a problem? Is it an automated workflow show-stopper?

Thanks for any advice and insights!


JAMF won’t make any difference. It’s used to set policies (property list editing) and distribute software or offer remote assistance AFAIK.

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