How to update Mac OS X to El Capitan via Parallels Management for Mac

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How to update Mac OS X to El Capitan via Parallels Management for Mac

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  1. On the Mac with Install OS X El Capitan.app file open Terminal and change directory to ../Install OS X El Capitan.app/Contents:

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        <p>in <strong>Finder</strong> navigate to <strong>Install OS X El Capitan.app</strong> &gt; right-click it &gt; <strong>Show Package Contents</strong>.</p>
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        <p>in <strong>Terminal</strong> window type <strong>&quot;cd &quot;</strong> - note the space after <strong>&quot;d&quot;</strong>.</p>
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        <p>drag and drop <strong>Contents</strong> folder from <strong>Finder</strong> to <strong>Terminal</strong> window, so the command will look like</p>
    
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    cd /<some_path>/Install\ OS\ X\ El\ Capitan.app/Contents

  2. hit Enter
  3. Archive "Frameworks" folder by executing the following command in Terminal:

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    tar -cf Frameworks.tar.gz Frameworks

    <p>move the original folder and compressed file in the directory where <em>Install OS X El Capitan.app</em> is located:</p>
    
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    mv Frameworks.tar.gz ../../

    mv Frameworks ../../

  4. In Finder check that in Install OS X El Capitan.app/Contents directory there is NO Frameworks.tar.gz file and Frameworks folder.

  5. In Finder check that Frameworks.tar.gz file and Frameworks folder are located in the same directory where Install OS X El Capitan.app is located.

  6. Now copy Install OS X El Capitan.app and Frameworks.tar.gz file (Frameworks folder should not be copied) to the SCCM server.

  7. If you need a working .app installer on Mac side, go back to Terminal and move Frameworks folder back to its default directory (make sure this is done after the files are copied on the server):

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    mv ../../Frameworks ./

  8. On the SCCM server Create OS X El Capitan package:

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        <p>Right click on <strong>Packages</strong> in <strong>Software Library</strong> -&gt; <strong>Overview</strong> -&gt; <strong>Application Management</strong> and click <strong>Create Package</strong> in opened context menu.</p>
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        <p>Fill in the fields. Check <strong>&#39;This package contains source files&#39;</strong> checkbox, click <strong>Browse...</strong> and specify the required directory. Click <strong>Next</strong> in <strong>Package</strong> page of the wizard.</p>
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        <p>Choose <strong>Standard program</strong> and click <strong>Next</strong> in <strong>Program Type</strong>.</p>
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        <p>At <strong>Standard Program</strong> page:</p>
    
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            <li>Specify <strong>Name</strong>.</li>
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            <p>Use the following <strong>Command line</strong>:</p>
    
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    tar -xf Frameworks.tar.gz -C 'Install OS X El Capitan.app/Contents/' && chmod -R 777 'Install OS X El Capitan.app' && ./'Install OS X El Capitan.app/Contents/MacOS/InstallAssistant'

  9. Set Run mode to Run with adminisrtative rights.
  10. Tick Allow users to view and interact with program installation checkbox .
  11. Click Next.
  12. Leave other field values in the wizard as is.
  13. Configure properties of the package to copy it's content to distribution point:

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        <p>Right click on the El Capitan package in <strong>Software Library &gt; Overview &gt; Application Management &gt; Packages</strong> and click <strong>Properties</strong> in opened context menu.</p>
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        <p>Check <strong>Copy the content in this package to a package share on distribution points</strong> checkbox in <strong>Data Access</strong> tab of the package properties dialog.</p>
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        <li>Apply changes and close the dialog.</li>
    </ul>
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    <p>Deploy the El Capitan package:</p>
    
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        <p>Right-click on El Capitan package in <strong>Software Library &gt; Overview &gt; Application Management &gt; Packages</strong> &gt; <strong>Deploy</strong>.</p>
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        <p>Choose required collection in <strong>General</strong> page of the wizard.</p>
        </li>
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        <p>Add Distribution Point on <strong>Content</strong> page of the wizard.</p>
        </li>
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        <p>Add assignment schedule <strong>Assign immediately after this event: As soon as possible</strong>.</p>
        </li>
        <li>Leave other parameters as is.
    

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