Hello, I'm working on deploying applications using policy in JAMF v.9.97, I have downloaded Java and Adobe Flash Player installers and added them to Casper Admin. I configured a policy to run right after computer enrollment into Casper, the policy runs correctly, however instead installing the application the policy just places the "installer".app into the Applications folder on a MAC. After doing some research online, I found suggestions to build a PKG out of .app, I have been using the following command line to crate .pkg , pkgbuild --root MyAppRoot Adobe\ Flash\ Player.pkg, I'm able to create a pkg installer, however get the same result, the installer is placed inside the Application folder but does not get installed. I know the pkg installer should work, I have Office 2016 pkg that installed correctly(I did not create that PKG file), I'm thinking I'm using incorrect command line switches when creating a pkg installer, can anyone help me to create a correct pkg installer?
Looking to transition all of our local mac users over to use their newly created AD accounts. I was wondering if anyone has done this on MacOS Sierra with FileVault 2 enabled as well as JAMF management pushing out policies.
Any suggestions or guidance on doing this would be most appreciated.
The biggest issue we're encountering right now is that we are unable to apply proper permissions to the home folder that would allow the newly logged-in AD account to have full access.