Set Account Pictures via Jamf Connect
This guide will walk you through setting the local macOS account pictures for endusers via Jamf Connect
Formatted ID Token Path setup in Jamf Connect Login Config (/private/tmp/token)
Azure Storage Blob
Email addresses of users follow a pattern for all users (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, etc..)
Azure AD and Jamf Connect
1. First step is to get all of your user images. To make this easy on yourself name them the same as the user's email address. So for John Smith his email is firstname.lastname@example.org I would name his image as email@example.com and upload that image and all other user's images to an Azure Storage blob.
2. Setup this script to run via Jamf Pro. I have mine setup to run via Jamf Connect Notify
You will need to update this with your Azure Storage Blob url
curl -L "https://myazureblobname.blob.core.windows.net/mdm/$EMAIL.png" -o /tmp/$EMAIL.png
Also in the $USR update with your local itadmin account username if you have one. (example: ericsontechadmin)
The $USR is important as this is how we get the current user.
The $EMAIL may need to be updated here print a[i]}' | grep upn | cut -d ":" -f2) with a different value in your token for the user's email. In my it's UPN.
Link to script on Github:
3. The script will read the token that gets created when the user logs into Jamf Connect and use it to download the user's picture from Azure and set it to their account picture.
4. Example token file:
5. Final Result: