Hello friends,I need to uninstall Carbon Black on all company devices.
The app bundle includes a shell script to uninstall it, so I thought I
could run a command with the Files & Processes payload of a policy. It
looks like this:sh /Applications/VMwa...
Hello,My company wants to upgrade all devices to Safari v16.4.1. I know
it's possible to upgrade from each endpoint via System
Settings/Preferences. But can it be done via Jamf? I figure at the very
least I'll need the latest installer, and I can't f...
Hello,I'm pretty sure one of you will know this. I stumbled upon a
script left by the previous administrator in our Jamf instance. It's a
script to name machines. The naming convention uses Building + Laptop or
Workstation + Last 7 digits of serial. ...
Hello,I have a couple of certificates provided to me by Netskope, one
root certificate and one intermediate. I created a configuration profile
and uploaded both certificates via the certificate payload. The root
certificate installs to Keychain with ...
Hello,I know there's a discussion about this in another tread
but it is a bit old and perhaps not relevant to this specific issue.I
downloaded the AMP agent from ou...
@sdagley It doesn't get removed, even after a few reboots it stays
listed as uninstalling. But your other suggestion worked very well: to
re-deploy the Configuration Profile with the extension set to be
removable. No prompts for the user and the exte...
Thank you @sdagley. It looks like removing the configuration profile
before uninstalling gets rid of the prompt. However, after it uninstalls
and I run systemextensionsctl list the Carbon Black extension is still
listed, although it says it's uninsta...
I'm not sure you can grab a patch, I don't think macOS works that way.
This is the command to grab the full installer for that version:sudo
softwareupdate --fetch-full-installer --full-installer-version 13.4.1 Or
you can just run it like this to get ...
In general, we have had a lot of problems with OS upgrades via Jamf. In
short, they're unreliable. They work for a number of machines but not
all. We have tried to do it via Software Upgrade, but the most
consistent way for us has been to create a gr...
Thank you all for your comments, I just wanted to know if I was on the
right track. I've decided to go ahead with the OS update. After all,
even when it's possible, updating Safari takes about as long as updating
the OS, and it's just as disruptive. ...