Hi, Bitdefender has activated a new web content control module in the
Endpoint Security app, which now results in the end user having to
approve a system extension. I have tried to add the below approved
system extensions in a config profile, but the...
One of our MacBook Pros wasn't properly enrolled, and got the MDM
profile installed but nothing else (i.e. no Jamf binary). In previous
OSes I have been able to remove /var/db/ConfigurationProfiles from the
Recovery Partition, but this is seemingly n...
Hi, I'm testing an enrollment setup with an enrollment customization
that contains an LDAP authorization pane. I have added the Domain Users
group to the customization so that any user is allowed to use it. The
pane shows up, but when I try to author...
UPDATE 2020-02-04: Microsoft has postponed the update again from March
2020 to the second half of 2020. UPDATE 2020-01-24: Microsoft has
postponed the update from January 2020 to March 2020. For y'all who are
binding your devices to Active Directory,...
Hi, I'm attempting to deploy an Adobe CC Shared Device package through a
Jamf policy. The .pkg installer fails however, and /var/log/install.log
tells me that the CCP Package Installer (which is invoked in the
preinstall script) fails with exit code ...
I have the exact same problem. I spent last week clean-installing and
upgrading three computer labs (~70 machines) from Mojave to Big Sur and
enrolled them all back into the same computer object in Jamf, and now
they all have this issue. The machines...
Then, create a QuickAdd package with Jamf Recon, run the package on the
computer, and the MDM issue should be resolved. Thanks, will try that. I
have tried to enroll via the web, but it didn't work because there was
already an MDM profile in place (i...
It's installed unfortunately. Adobe support remoted in yesterday
afternoon and was able to replicate it. Couldn't install the consumer
download of the CC desktop app or the Named User package from the
Adminconsole. I have the same problem.
But mv (and mvdir) were not working on trashing a folder mv does work
for all folders and files, as long as you have the permissions to move
it, so there is probably something else that is making the command not
work (folder path name issue perhaps, ...
Just a quick note to make the distinction: the rm command doesn't move
the file/folder to trash, it deletes it permanently. To actually move
the file/folder to the trash of the logged in user, the simplest way is
most likely to use the mv command to ...