Jamf Inventory gets lost on .vmware files

rstasel
Contributor III

We're seeing weird errors where Jamf is inventorying user directories for Applications, and when it hits vmware files, you get stuff like:

"/usr/bin/du", "-sh", "/Users/username/Dropbox/Backup WD/Mac/Final/Library/Application Support/VMware Fusion/Virtual Machines/Boot Camp/Boot Camp.vmwarevm/A
pplications/Windows Command Processor U2014 Boot Camp.app/Contents/Resources/Japanese.lproj/doMainMenu.nib"
)

So I think it's seeing the .app that vmware creates for whatever reason, then failing to stat files within it. Not sure if this is a Dropbox issue, or an issue with .vmware files.

Anyone seen this before?

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