Further Branding of Self Service 9.4

JAMF released version 9.4 this month, and that update brought some changes to the Self Service app. In particular, there are new images to tackle.


The login splash screen has changed into a more simple logo next to the username and password fields. As you can see, I've already added  my own logo. The file location:

/Library/JSS/Tomcat/webapps/ROOT/images/selfservice2/loginLogo.png

To update it I just copied the file to my computer and played in Photoshop. I managed to pretty closely match the gradient which I'm pretty proud of.


The other image is the new "featured" banner.


The location of that banner is:

/Library/JSS/Tomcat/webapps/ROOT/images/selfservice2/featured.png

I haven't decided if I'm going to change up that banner at all… I might change the color to be a more "Volusion" blue, but I think it gets the point across (though all apps on the main page are featured so it's kind of redundant when not looking at a category page).

Also, a quick way to fix up the name of the app in the menubar:

sudo defaults write /Applications/Self\ Service.app/Contents/Info CFBundleName "Company Self Service"
sudo chmod 744 /Applications/Self\ Service.app/Contents/Info.plist

Obviously the paths provided are for JSS instances hosted on OS X servers. Your mileage may vary if you host using a Windows or Linux box.


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