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Deploy WARP using Jamf

​​ macOS

​​ Prerequisites

​​ 1. Upload the WARP package

  1. Log in to your Jamf account.
  2. Go to Computer > All Settings (gear icon).
  3. Select Computer Management > Packages > New.
  4. Upload the Cloudflare_WARP_<VERSION>.pkg file. For the Display name, we recommend entering the version number of the package being uploaded.
  5. Select Save to complete the upload.

​​ 2. Create the policy

  1. Go to Computers > Policies > + New.
  2. Enter a Display name such as Cloudflare WARP Client.
    For Triggers, our recommendation is to select Startup, Login, Enrollment Complete and Recurring Check-in, but you can select the value that works best for your organization.
  3. Select Packages > Configure.
  4. Select Add next to the Cloudflare_WARP_<VERSION>.pkg file you previously uploaded.
  5. Select Save.

​​ 3. Add a Configuration Profile

  1. Go to Configuration Profiles > New.
  2. Enter a name for your new profile, such as Cloudflare Zero Trust.
  3. Scroll through the options list and select Application & Custom Settings > Configure.
  4. In Preference Domain, enter com.cloudflare.warp.
  5. Upload your plist file and select Save.
  6. Go to Scope to configure which devices in your organization will receive this profile.
  7. Select Save.

Jamf is now configured to deploy the Cloudflare WARP client.

​​ iOS

The Cloudflare One Agent allows for an automated install via Jamf.

​​ Prerequisites

Create an XML file with your custom deployment preferences.

​​ Configure Jamf for iOS

  1. Log in to your Jamf account.
  2. Go to Devices > Mobile Device Apps > + New.
  3. Select App store app or apps purchased in volume and select Next.
  4. In the search box, enter Cloudflare One Agent. Select Next.
  5. In the row for Cloudflare One Agent by Cloudflare Inc., select Add. To verify that it is the correct application, view it in the App Store.
  6. Go to Scope and specify the devices in your organization that will receive the application.
  7. Go to App Configuration and copy/paste your XML file.
  8. Select Save.

Jamf is now configured to deploy the Cloudflare One Agent.