When deploying the Malwarebytes Endpoint Agent on macOS Catalina 10.15, macOS Big Sur 11.x, macOS Monterey 12.x, or macOS Ventura 13.x, Full Disk Access (FDA) must be manually granted on the endpoint so Malwarebytes can scan all disk locations for threats. Due to Apple's Transparency, Consent, and Control (TCC) feature, Malwarebytes cannot access sensitive folders for potential threats until FDA is granted.
Create a Privacy Preferences Policy Control profile (PPPCP) to give Full Disk Access. Deploy the PPPCP using a User Approved Mobile Device Management (UAMDM).
NOTICE - The Malwarebytes FDA settings in the macOS Security & Privacy section do not display when FDA is granted using UAMDM.
Upload and deploy PPPCP using UAMDM
- Download the attached file for your macOS Catalina (10.15), macOS Big Sur (11.x), macOS Monterey (12.x), macOS Ventura (13.x) endpoints:
- Upload the file to your UAMDM.
- Save and deploy your PPPCP by UAMDM as a device profile.