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KB-7527: How to deploy Centrify 5.2.4 or above on MacOS 10.11+ with DeployStudio?

Centrify Identity Service, Mac Edition ,  

28 September,16 at 05:56 PM

Apply to: Centrify Identity Service, Mac Edition version 5.2.4 or above

Problem: 
After upgrading Centrify agent to 5.2.4 or above, when creating a workflow with a script that calling from /usr/local/share/centrifydc/libexec/adjoin on machines that was deployed by DeployStudio, it will return “Command not found”

Cause: 
The error is due to the location path changes in the new release of Centrify, as stated in the 5.3.0 release note:
 
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New Centrify directory location to accommodate Apple SIP changes: In accordance with the introduction of Apple’s System Integrity Protection (SIP) in Mac OS X 10.11, we have moved our Centrify DC from /usr/share/centrifydc to /usr/local/share/centrifydc starting with 5.2.4 Mac Agent. In addition, symbolic links for "cdcexec" (adjoin) which are under the .../centrifydc/bin/ directory moved from /usr/sbin to /usr/local/sbin. (CC-33852)
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Reference: https://docs.centrify.com/en/css/suite2016/Release_Notes_for_Mac_OS_X.pdf?_ga=1.200603561.683341554.1439993010
 
Workaround:
Includes the creation of a symbolic link to the command folder for any command you would like to run. For example:
 
ln -s /usr/local/share/centrify/libexec/adjoin 
adjoin –u …


Resolution:
Contact Deploystudio for further assistance of the changed paths

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