I need to install and register Webroot on over 800 devices. I created a DMG using composer, it installs the program but it does not put the keycode in.
I searched JAMF Nation and at one point last year there seems to be an article that was about this but it was removed.
Any help? Anyone else do this?
#!/bin/sh #set -x #Set Keycode for Clients KEY=A7E2GSXXXXXXXXXXXX sleep 2 clear #Download WSA mac client cd /tmp; curl -O http://anywhere.webrootcloudav.com/zerol/wsamacsme.dmg echo Please wait while file is downloaded and mounted wait 15 #Mount the DMG file hdiutil attach /tmp/wsamacsme.dmg #copy app from dmg to applications ditto /Volumes/Webroot SecureAnywhere /Applications/ wait 10 #run silent install sudo "/Applications/Webroot SecureAnywhere.app/Contents/MacOS/Webroot SecureAnywhere" install -keycode=$KEY -silent wait 30 #Unmount the DMG diskutil list | grep Webroot SecureAnywhere | diskutil unmount /Volumes/Webroot SecureAnywhere #Remove the DMG rm -rf /tmp/wsamacsme.dmg
Script above works easily! Thanks Björck!
One question I did have, even after the install it still requires the users to either deny or accept the web filter extension. Is it possible to run this as a separate policy, hidden from the users? Already had a few users questioning the install and not wanting to do it. (I would rather make this completely blind to the end user and force them to install it)
Good day @Björck - I just got tasked with uninstalling Webroot on Mac clients. I've never used this software and looked online for an uninstall process, but it seems to point to an app of sorts that does this.
Do you happen to know if there's a command line or other method to remove the client from Macs using Jamf Pro?
Thanks in advance,
@Björck & @JKingsnorth thanks for the help here as I am also trying to roll out Webroot to a large amount of devices. The one issue I am running into is it needs the sudo command which in turn requires user interaction. Were either of you able to get the app installed and authenticated via serial key without ANY user interaction?
Greatly appreciate any help on this!
Hello. I have created a Webroot script like Bjork's and added it to a new policy. It pushes to the computer, puts it in application folder as well. The Webroot icon is in the dock too. If I click on Webroot in Application folders, I get the following error. "The application Webroot SecureAnywhere" is not open anymore. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Try this (it works(tm)):
#!/bin/sh # Should work and has always worked until Catalina.. #cd /tmp; curl -O https://anywhere.webrootcloudav.com/zerol/wsamacsme.dmg # Temp Catalina solution until Webroot get their shit together (as in have one binary for 10.14.x and 10.15.x) cd /tmp; curl -O https://mac.webrootmultiplatform.com/production/wsa-mac/10.15/22.214.171.124/WSAMACSME.dmg wait 15 hdiutil attach -nobrowse /tmp/WSAMACSME.dmg wait 10 "/Volumes/Webroot SecureAnywhere/Webroot SecureAnywhere.app/Contents/MacOS/Installer" -keycode=XXXXXXXXXXXXX -silent wait 30 diskutil list | grep Webroot SecureAnywhere | diskutil unmount /Volumes/Webroot SecureAnywhere rm -rf /tmp/WSAMACSME.dmg
I am having trouble with this on Catalina.
I had to replace
"/Volumes/Webroot SecureAnywhere/Webroot SecureAnywhere.app/Contents/MacOS/Installer"
"/Volumes/Webroot SecureAnywhere/Webroot SecureAnywhere.app/Contents/MacOS/Webroot SecureAnywhere"
waitcommands are producing errors like
wait: pid 10 is not a child of this shell
@valentin.peralta I ran in to the same issue during the installation process, however if you set the PPPC correctly you'll notice that even if you don't manually allow full disk access, Webroot is still able to scan all the files on the machine. I think the PPPC works but that dialog shows up anyways.