So, here's an issue...
I'm whitelisting KEXT's via config profiles.
Run the following to find team ID and identifier via terminal.
Which is good.
Until I tried to find the bundle ID and Identifier for this little beauty " Legacy Developer : Hzsystems..
As you can see, I can see th ebundle Id, but no team Identifier....
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Never seen this issue before, but I would imagine that this does indeed mean you can't whitelist the kext.
I'm wondering if it might be possible to go get a developer account and sign it yourself with your TeamID. I maintain my own paid Developer program, and my institution has one as well, though if you don't already have one I'd have your employer get the account.
@kerouak How did you whitelist these if the Team ID is required in jamf? I'm having this issue with an HP print driver and it's not giving me a Team ID, I've tried just whitelisting the HP team id but that doesn't work for these legacy developer ones.
|com.hp.hpio.hp_psa530_630_io_enabler|1|Legacy Developer: Hp|1
|com.hp.print.hpio.Designjet.kext|1|Legacy Developer: Hp|1
|com.hp.print.hpio.Inkjet4.kext|1|Legacy Developer: Hp|1
|com.hp.print.hpio.PhotosmartPro.kext|1|Legacy Developer: Hp|1
|com.hp.hpio.hp_io_printerclassdriver_enabler|1|Legacy Developer: Hp|1
|com.hp.print.hpio.Deskjet.kext|1|Legacy Developer: Hp|1
|com.hp.print.hpio.Inkjet1.kext|1|Legacy Developer: Hp|1
|com.hp.print.hpio.Officejet.kext|1|Legacy Developer: Hp|1
|com.hp.print.hpio.inkjet8.kext|1|Legacy Developer: Hp|1