We're trying to automate deployment of our Teamviewer Host to MacOS devices.
However, I'm unable to grant system access to Teamviewer_host and Teamviewer_desktop automatically after install.
This means we require manual input to make our devices remotely accessible, which we reallywant to avoid.
We have tried using the PPPC tool without much success, although that might be a knowledge issue, not a software issue.
It would be very much appreciated if someone can nudge us in the right direction.
@Stijn2 macOS requires explicit user consent for apps to be able to access certain functionality. TeamViewer is required to obtain user consent to use these features:
To my knowledge, Apple supports automating Accessibility and Full Disk Access, but not Screen Recording, through MDM / PPPC payloads. Consent to use Screen Recording needs to be given on the Mac (no admin password required).
If you are having trouble using PPPC payloads with your MDM:
If you are not managing your Macs using an MDM:
And one additional remark: In TeamViewer 15.2 it is no longer necessary to give access to TeamViewer_Desktop. If you still have an entry for it in System Preferences, you can disregard it.