Posted on 09-10-2014 02:45 PM
Has anyone successfully deployed Umbrella for OS X through Casper policy? We built the package in composer, scoped out a policy. It installs, the green light shows up in the menu bar, shows that it is protected, but it doesn't show up in our dashboard and is not blocking anything. Works fine if we manually install it. Talked to OpenDNS and they told us they don't support Casper deployment and that we had to manually install on all clients or deploy through group policy in AD.
Posted on 09-10-2014 02:50 PM
We are just in the testing phase, so we are open to alternatives to OpenDNS as well. We are on a time crunch (as usual) though.
Posted on 09-10-2014 07:36 PM
I had 1 minor hiccup getting it to work.
I believe if I remember right there's a configuration file that is needed to register it to your account. It has to be in the same directory as the pkg. So my policy copies the folder containing the pkg and the config file into /var/tmp then run a script to run the installer. Then delete it all when finished.
Posted on 12-22-2014 02:37 PM
Would you mind sharing your policy/script that you used for this?
Posted on 01-29-2015 08:39 AM
In case anybody else finds this and needs assistance getting it working properly.
In "/Library/Application Support/ create a folder named "OpenDNS Roaming Client" and place the Orginfo.plist file that's bundled with the the roaming client installer you downloaded. If you open that file you should be able to match up the Org ID and Fingerprint ID.
Then in Composer.app drag in Orginfo.plist and create it as a DMG installer. When you add this package into casper admin give the package a priority of 9 so it installs first.
The Roaming Client installer you don't need to do anything special with, just drag it directly into Casper Admin and leave it at it's default 10 priority.
Create your install policy and add both packages and you should be all set.
Posted on 10-09-2015 12:33 PM
this may not be the best way... but it works for me.
curl -O https://s3.amazonaws.com/whereveryoustoreyourinstallerfiles/OpenDNS-URC-mac-1.7.21.zip
installer -pkg ./RoamingClient_MAC_1.7.21.pkg -target /
Posted on 10-09-2015 04:39 PM
Exact same set up here as boberito. Created a package that copies the installer and OrgInfo.plist to /tmp then a postinstall script installs it and adds the disable option to the menu bar item
#!/bin/sh installer -pkg /private/tmp/OpenDNS-URC-mac-1.6.17/RoamingClient_MAC_1.6.17.pkg -target / rm -rf /private/tmp/OpenDNS-URC-mac-1.6.17 # add the disable option to the menu bar defaults write /Library/Application Support/OpenDNS Roaming Client/Updater.plist EnableDisableOption -bool true chown root:admin /Library/Application Support/OpenDNS Roaming Client/Updater.plist chmod 644 /Library/Application Support/OpenDNS Roaming Client/Updater.plist
Posted on 10-30-2017 07:22 AM
Below are instructions on how to do this via Jamf.
Posted on 01-17-2018 07:33 AM
Fairly clean and easy:
-Create policy scoped as needed with (1) script and (1) pkg payloads
-Generate the required site-specific settings .plist file via script
-Push out the pkg
Additionally, I created a EA to verify the existence of the OpenDNS settings .plist file so Jamf can install again if it is missing.
We push Open DNS via DHCP for our LAN desktops. So we only need to install the Cisco Umbrella (OpenDNS) roaming client on our laptops (and a few home office workstations).
Posted on 07-23-2019 01:50 PM
This link was already posted but I thought I'd repost since it worked seamlessly.