The MUT

Developer: Levenick Enterprises LLC

Current Version: 3.5.0

Last Updated: 14 days ago

Download Size: 3.1 MB - Download

Description:

The MUT v3.5 is here!

Now with the ability to populate static groups! Just put the device identifier in Column A as usual, and populate Column B with the Group ID you'd like to put the device in. You can even add devices to multiple groups at once with this method.

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The MUT or Mass Update Tool is an unofficial tool which is not affiliated with Jamf. It is a GUI tool designed to simplify making mass updates to your Jamf Pro Server, whether cloud hosted or on premises.

Admins can use a CSV file with a unique identifier in column A (either serial number or JSS ID), and an attribute to be updated in column B, and update most attributes for either Mobile Devices or Computers in their Jamf Pro Server.

More information, how-to videos, and a help document .PDF can be found at http://jssmut.com

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Release Notes:

Welcome to The MUT v3.5! New features include the ability to populate static groups for users, iOS and macOS devices, as well as many updates for purchasing information!

3.5.0 More purchasing info:
• Added ability to update Warranty Expiration Date (YYYY-MM-DD format)
• Added ability to update PO Date (YYYY-MM-DD format)
• Added ability to update Lease Expiration Date (YYYY-MM-DD format)

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 3.0.2
Review by telepathine

It’s free, it’s functional, it’s great. - If it solves your problem, it doesn’t matter if it looks great or terrible, which is all in the eye of the beholder anyway. It’s free. It solves several problems. It’s easy, and maintained well. You can’t ask for more.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 3.0.2
Review by theelysium

Ruined a Great Tool - This new childish version is aboslut garbage. The datat needed to link to your MDM is now burried under pop up tabs. The data enterd into the pop up tabs has to be replaced after running one batch. The batch always fails. I have NEVER had this version be sucessful. I recommend everyone to use Time Machine to go back in the Applicatiosn folder and restore the previsou version. It is much better than this downgrade. Take the prevous version and put the Applicaiton in Root so App Store won’t update it. Then get back to work, cuz this crazy completly hinders your workflow. I don’t know what the developer is thinking or maybe he wasn’t but this is a fail.

Found helpful by 1 out of 4 people