I have a workstation that is only supposed to be used for Adobe Premiere (primarily for reviewing footage and making quick initial edits).
In order to discourage users from setting up camp at this station and loading up their email or other things, I'm looking at creating a Configuration Profile to allow only Premiere and a couple of other things to run... but in the Restrictions tab under Allow Apps, the dropdown menu only shows Apple apps. Is there a way to add 3rd-party apps to the profile?
Or, if there's a better way to get the end result I'm after, I'd love to get some ideas.
I have just recently asked for this feature request to allow 3rd party applications to be whitelisted.
Currently if you try to alter the OSXRestrictions.xml file for 3rd party apps, the JSS won't recognize it.
As @davidacland suggested, you could perhaps allow the Adobe Premiere folder to the allowed folders list in the Restrictions payload of the configuration profile.