Setting Up Munki With OS X Yosemite Server

This is all assuming you’ve got set up and running.

If the Websites service in is running, turn it off first.

The first steps are to create the Munki repo in the location that Server 4 uses to store website data

Change permissions to make sure it’s accessible

In the Websites pane, edit the “Server Website” (port 80) settings:
Next to “Redirects”, click “Edit…”, and remove the only redirect (which automatically redirects port 80 to port 443 traffic). It should look like this:


Next, click “Edit Advanced Settings” and check the box for “Allow folder listing” (just for now – it’s easier to visually test this way):


Turn the Websites service on.

Open up Safari, navigate to:

You should see a page like this:


If you can get to this point, you’ve done the website setup work. Now you can go to the next section:

Once you’ve populated the repo, you can set up a new manifest called “test_munki_client”. Follow the instructions exactly:

Go through the Client Configuration section:
Here, you need to do two things on your OS X client.

If you are testing this on the OS X Server itself (i.e. you are only using one machine total), do this:


If you are testing Munki on a different client machine from the server, do this


And then finally you can check to see if Munki behaves as you’d expect


munkiimport (import App from App Store)

als Pfad auf dem Server bitte file:///Library/Server/Web/Data/Sites/Default/ eingeben, ansonsten afp://

11. Februar 2016 3493 webadmin  OS X Server
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