SalesForce Data Loader install for standard users

cradice
New Contributor II

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jonn1e
New Contributor III

Hey together, 

I was going nearly the same way but invoked the install.command with a postinstall script in Composer which is looking for the user which is actual signed in, so the installation will start automatically.

Maybe this will help to make the install process a little bit more intuitive.

Cheers,

 

 

#!/bin/sh
## postinstall

loggedInUser=`/bin/ls -l /dev/console | /usr/bin/awk '{ print $3 }'`

sudo -u "$loggedInUser" -H open /var/tmp/Salesforce_Dataloader_53.0/install.command

exit 0		## Success
exit 1		## Failure

 

 

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fernandez_payen
New Contributor III

Were you able to figure this out using Jamf as the deployment method?

cradice
New Contributor II

Hey @fernandez.payen, I was, and I was not. I ended up putting the unpackaged zip folder from Salesforce in Composer, and pushing the pkg of the folder to the computers. The standard users were then able to run the install.command script from Salesforce as it was now signed.

jonn1e
New Contributor III

Hey together, 

I was going nearly the same way but invoked the install.command with a postinstall script in Composer which is looking for the user which is actual signed in, so the installation will start automatically.

Maybe this will help to make the install process a little bit more intuitive.

Cheers,

 

 

#!/bin/sh
## postinstall

loggedInUser=`/bin/ls -l /dev/console | /usr/bin/awk '{ print $3 }'`

sudo -u "$loggedInUser" -H open /var/tmp/Salesforce_Dataloader_53.0/install.command

exit 0		## Success
exit 1		## Failure

 

 

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