I working on packaging up the Cisco AMP connector, and I've hit a wall.
Our security team provided a DMG from Cisco's admin portal, and inside is the package with the app and all other configs. If I run it manually it installs fine, but once I remove it from the DMG, things get weird.
So I've tried making snapshots that have the app in the applications folder, and the config files in /opt/cisco/amp (their default). Everything gets put into place, but the AMP app will not open. The system believes it's running, but I have zero control over it.
I've also tried to script the install but its failing too. I drop the PKG from Cisco in /tmp/AMP, and then have a little script to install:
#!/bin/sh #Switch to /tmp/AMP directory cd /tmp/AMP #Install Cisco AMP installer -pkg /tmp/AMP/ciscoampmac_connector.pkg -target /Applications exit 0
I've tried a few different variations, but Jamf's logs continue to say that the path doesn't exist despite telling the script to run after the files are put in place.