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11/01/2018 388 views
I created a K-Script to run on Macs. In the "Verify" section, in the "Directory" field, I put "/usr/bin", and in the "File:" field, I put "touch". When I hit "Save Changes", the line that shows what is going to be done says:

Launch "/usr/bin\touch" with params blah blah blah.

Obviously, "/usr/bin\touch" is a non-existent file, and therefore the script fails.

Am I doing something wrong, or is this a bug in KACE?

Thanks!

/Kent

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I just created a script using the Verify a file exists with the same parameters and it was successful on my machine (macOS). The KACE GUI does show the incorrect slash, but in the run log for the script it uses the correct path (/usr/bin/touch). Did you check the output of your script?

Answered 11/02/2018 by: chucksteel
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