I've got the 5.0.3 client working on Mojave at the moment, but I'm not sure if the latest 4.1 client works if you aren't using the TMS.
Actually I have to make some modifications with this, as I just tested it with a clean beta install that hadn't seen the install yet. While the existing install started working last week with my personall install, trying to do a clean install still leaves you with a message that Mojave is too new to get installed.
Tomorrow I'll attempt to do another transition will bringing a working install into Mojave and see if it works like that; hopefully PA releases a supported update shortly.
I'm going to attempt to reinstall the agent, but this is the state of the Traps 18.104.22.1686 agent after upgrading to macOS Mojave on my workstation.
The updated installer is now an option when you create a new install package. Remember that all of your older install packages (OSX installer) will no longer work. As well, you can do a bulk upgrade of your endpoints, and monitor the upgrade via the 'Action Tracker' tab.
I created the installer and tried to upgrade manually.It installed but the exploit and malware protection is still grayed out. Should i unistall and do a clean install after that?
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