Hi guys! First of all we are all so grateful for the hard work that you are doing to help us novices keep our customers happy! A co-worker told me to day he heard people talking about how lucky we were to decided to opt for Bigfix a few years back when a decision was being made on which endpoint management software should be used at our corporation and I agree!
Last Monday we decided that we’d go for the removal of the jndilookup.class way in situations where we couldn’t update the software since most of our customers use 3rd party software containing the log4j library. We started testing out the Logpresso-based fixlet as soon as @jgstew published it on Github with great results before slowly and cautiously expanding out. We have been scanning all servers and workstations in our environment and our customers as well and have in many cases deployed the fixlet with the --force-fix switch with no reports of applications starting to misbehave…yet
Next up are those macOS machines. I’ve been spending some time tonight trying to deploy just the logpresso jar file provided on git with no results at all… I’ve tried both modifying the Linux-Logpresso fixlet as well as simply deploying a shell script with one line.
Do you guys know if there is a trick to invoke a java -jar command on a macOS, is it not possible or is my insomnia causing all of this?