My company recently migrated over to a new Jamf server running Jamf
version 10.26.1-t1606923553 from version 10.14.0-t1563397490. On Version
10.14 we deployed a configuration profile which includes a simple .plist
Im trying to create a configuration profile to deploy via Jamf that will
check off the automation option under System Preferences -> Security &
Privacy -> Privacy -> Automation I would like to allow the Symantec
CloudSOC (Reach Agent) application to ...
We are currently deploying the Symantec Cloudsoc Agent via JAMF Apple
Device Management. I'm able to deploy Symantec Cloudsoc agent via jamf.
The issue I'm having is with completely automating the Cloudsoc agent
installation.When deploying the Reach ...
Hello all, I'm trying to edit a .plist file to for Symantec Cloudsoc
Reach agent application. editing the .plist file will automatically open
the default browser for user authentication. The Reach agent gives you
the option of automatically launching...
Recently i've install Symantec Cloudsoc Reach agent via jamf.I was
having an issue with automating the installation for Cloudsoc agent, I
didnt want users to have to click the "allow" button in system and
preferences -> Security & Privacy -> General ...
ok, I was able to solved this using the following script #!/bin/bash
USERNAME="$3" #Create Directory for Reach Agent plist file mkdir -p
Support/ReachAgent/ReachAgent.app/Contents/Resources/ #Contents of plist
I did quite a bit of research on this and talked to several people.
Here's what I came up with On a clean system.... before installing
Reach.... I will create a script on Jamf to deploy before the package is
installed. The script will run the followi...