My previous posts about NoMAD Login + Jamf Pro deployment workflows assumed that once a local account is provisioned NoMAD Login will be uninstalled. From then on out users would use the stock macOS login window they’re used to.
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Integrating with NoMAD has been one of the most requested features since NoMAD Login was first released. More specifically, the ability to securely pass a user’s credentials so that user is automatically signed into NoMAD.
NoMAD Login offers up two flavors of installer package - NoMADLogin.pkg and NoMADLogin-authchanger.pkg. This post aims to explain what authchanger does, differences between those two packages, and how to deploy NoMAD Login using authchanger.
NoMAD Login is a login window replacement for macOS that allows you to authenticate to Active Directory to create a local account mirroring AD credentials. It’s often used in conjunction with NoMAD as a way to access AD features without requiring an actual bind.