I am preparing the deployment of a new antivirus with Jamf. A profile has been created for the authorizations following this documentation:
However, the antivirus still requires an additional authorization (Content Filter):
I did not find this information. For other antiviruses yes, not for Panda. Is it possible to authorize this on a computer and then retrieve the necessary informations with a command line?
Trying in Jamf the following information, it does not work:
Thanks for your help
Yes it is com.protection.agent.next. I tried this setting, it seems to be the wrong one. I can't find the information for content filter on the Panda website.
Here are the tested settings:
Network Filter Bundle identifier
Network Filter Designated Requirement
identifier "com.protection.agent.next" and anchor apple generic and certificate 1[field.1.2.840.113618.104.22.168.6] /* exists */ and certificate leaf[field.1.2.840.113622.214.171.124.13] /* exists */ and certificate leaf[subject.OU] = D3U2N4A6J7
if should read the error! is the system extension that is complaining about, not being loaded. you have that part in the config profile. unless you have old OS you don't need kernel extension. part 4 on their guide
I have Big Sur.
System extension is setup :
On Jamf :
On computer :
On computer (verify) :
If I click on the button Open Security Preferences panel button (first screenshot on my forst post), I See :
It's Content Filter the "problem".