Adding a Non-App to Jamf PPPC

igal_tovievich
New Contributor II

Hey folks,

I want to add a Freshservice agent that is deployed through a PKG to several computers to be allowed file access through a Jamf PPPC payload. However, the file itself does not contain an application, and creates mostly a .plist and several files in the under-layer of the system (currently checking what exactly). Is there a way to find the Identifier the Code Requirement for a process that is not an .app file, and how?

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patgmac
Contributor III

Yes, you should be able to drag any process into the window, it doesn't have to be a .app. We did this with CrowdStrike. The path has to be accessible by the app however in your user-context. So if the binary existed somewhere you normally couldn't read, you would have to change permissions on that path temporarily so you can drag it in.

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shaquir
Contributor III

Hi @igal.tovievich ,
You can right-click on the process in the Privacy tab to find it's location.

c07c70e70e584055aece670429d1b0a3

You should then be able to drag the process into PPPC as you would any other app.

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patgmac
Contributor III

Yes, you should be able to drag any process into the window, it doesn't have to be a .app. We did this with CrowdStrike. The path has to be accessible by the app however in your user-context. So if the binary existed somewhere you normally couldn't read, you would have to change permissions on that path temporarily so you can drag it in.

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shaquir
Contributor III

Hi @igal.tovievich ,
You can right-click on the process in the Privacy tab to find it's location.

c07c70e70e584055aece670429d1b0a3

You should then be able to drag the process into PPPC as you would any other app.

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igal_tovievich
New Contributor II

Thank you both for the help! 🙂