macOS Mojave (10.14) and later – Full Disk Access
In addition to allowing System Extensions. The security settings in macOS 10.14 requires Full Disk Access for the Bitdefender application files. The Managed Antivirus user interface displays a You are at risk warning until the user adds the files to the Full Disk Access list.
- Click View Issues
- Click the Open Privacy button to go to the Security & Privacy window
- Go to the Privacy tab and select Full Disk Access
- Click the Add button (+). Navigate to the files’ location User HD/Library/ManagedAntivirus/AVP/
- Press cmd key and click to select both of the below files then Open
- EndpoingSecurityforMac (Managed Antivirus)
- Enable the tickbox against both BDLDaemon and Managed Antivirus
The notification bar for Managed Antivirus also indicates when Full disk access required.
To reduce the volume of notification displayed to the end-user from our software and ensure all our installed applications have the required permissions, from Mac Monitoring Agent 3.4.0 RC we utilize Apple’s Mobile Device Management (MDM) framework.
To use this functionality, you must first request an Apple Push Notification certificate and upload this to your Dashboard. Once the certificate association is in place, we will prompt the end-user to enroll in our Mac Device Management service and apply the related profile when the Agent updates to version 3.4.0 RC or later.
Visit theMac Device Management section for further information.
What do you want to do?
- Review the Managed Antivirus Quick Start Guide
- View Managed Antivirus URLs
- Enable Managed Antivirus on individual servers and workstations or on all servers and workstations at a client or site
- Configure Managed Antivirus Policies. Includes scan schedules, remediation action (default threat action), end-user interaction