And, forcing a reboot with a reboot command doesn't install the update,
even after the command in the subject says it succeeded and that it is
"rebooting...", but it never does. This is the same via ssh as root,
sudo, or via policy. Trying to go from...
The installation fails when run via the jamf agent. When I run it via
root, or sudo, it succeeds. Seems specific to bigsur as I don't have
this problem on 10.14.x. Any suggestions?Log:Installing McAfee EPO
bit-64 mktemp: mkdtemp failed on mferFT4AZ: ...
I removed the MDM profile from an 11.0.1 system. Running "jamf manage"
reports all the same results in Terminal as a 10.14.6 system. However on
the 11.0.1 system, "Profiles" does not show back up in system
preferences. I've tried multiple times, rebo...
I've tried as root, still blank. No updates found from the update server
when I do softwareupdate -al. Package receipts from the following
command show it is up to date. Does anyone know where the command
softwareupdate --history pulls its data from?...
So I put a "cd /tmp" above the install command and it worked. I had no
idea the jamf agent/root used "/" as the home folder. I thought it was
somewhere else. Update: yep, that was it. The .sh was fine in
/usr/local/bin, but the working directory had ...
Our proxy is blocking the gist.github.com site. Can you paste that here
so I can take a look? What I am doing now is deploying the .sh file via
pkg to /usr/local/bin, then trying to launch it from there. I'm not sure
what I would do differently excep...
In case anyone else runs into this: I started having a similar issue on
a system I'm testing on doing pre-stage without dep. 10.15.7. Enrolled
and everything went fine. ran "jamf -removeFramework". Rebooted, removed
computer from jss, restart jss. Up...