Giving full disk access through ssh terminal (for cron, terminal, sshd-keygen-wrapper)

bibinthomasa
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Is it possible to give full disk access to apps like cron, sshd-keygen-wrapper and terminal (other apps as well) through the ssh terminal session of a M1 MAC

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sdagley
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@bibinthomasa No, you can't do that via an ssh session. You have to deploy a Configuration Profile from an MDM system to apply PPPC permissions if you're trying to do it remotely (it _might_ be possible to do via the GUI if you have a remote session going with Apple's Screen Sharing or Remote Desktop tools).

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sdagley
Esteemed Contributor II

@bibinthomasa No, you can't do that via an ssh session. You have to deploy a Configuration Profile from an MDM system to apply PPPC permissions if you're trying to do it remotely (it _might_ be possible to do via the GUI if you have a remote session going with Apple's Screen Sharing or Remote Desktop tools).

Thanks, @sdagley for letting me know this.