I'm putting together a deployment for the newest version of Crestron AirMedia and i'm having some issues with the app picking up the room_list.xml that's been in use by an older version of AirMedia.
The config.ini file resides in the correct location for AirMedia to read it. The config.ini points to the location of room_list.xml which is pushed locally to the user's Mac. The AirMedia app has full disk access and accessibility in Security & Privacy. I don't see anything blocking AirMedia from trying to use these files.
The version before this one (can't remember the version number) can pull the room list without issue, however, it's not compatible with Mojave. I've also checked the deployment documentation and nothing has changed (.ini & .xml structure stayed the same, file location stayed the same).
Has anyone encountered this issue in their environment?
already made a bug report to Crestron that their documentation is wrong and told them where to put the files - for me it was the first deployment of Crestron AirMedia.
put the config.ini under /Users/<USER>/Library/Containers/com.crestron.AirMedia2/Data/Library/Application%20Support/Crestron/AirMedia/Configure
and it works again, but I don't like this workaround that much - they told me that it was because of the macOS 10.14.5 update ...
I need help with this one as i am trying to overwrite the config.ini as my XML path is located Via a URL link.
XMLPath=https://example.com.au/corporate/crestron/room_list.xml (Example of it)
Is there a shell script anyone recommends to help overwrite the file with the text above.