Hi All, Since the High Sierra update on Mac OS, I am unable to install apps from Meraki Systems manager that require kernel extensions. While the app will install via Meraki System Manager it will not enable it with out a user manually going into System Preferences then Privacy and security and allowing the App. Other MDM's do support this however Meraki does not and I feel like if they don't create this this feature more and more people are going to have this problem. Referring to the apple documentation https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208019 they provide a way for MDM's to handle this. Some examples of apps that get stuck with this issue are: Crowd Strike VMware Lacie Software - http://knowledge.lacie.com/articles/en_US/FAQ/007815en Sophos endpoint security - https://support.home.sophos.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005363986-System-Extension-Blocked-appears-on-new-installations-on-macOS-High-Sierra-10-13 ESET Parallels The only work around currently I can see is https://community.meraki.com/t5/Endpoint-Management-Systems/whitelisting-kernel-extensions-via-team-id-s/m-p/19775#M2297 , which honestly is a fair bit of extra work. Meraki please enable this feature as it defeats the purpose of having a MDM for a app installation perspective. Thanks PS Meraki community please give Kudos to this post as it will help justify the update with the Meraki Engineers.
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