[SmartcardServices-Users] "Unidentified Developer" error when opening installer?

Jim Thomas jim at thursby.com
Fri May 10 09:31:32 PDT 2013


I apologize, this may just be a false flag based on something Apple changed. 
 From the Apple Developer Discussions:



I had the same issue since 10.8.3

I used to execute:

productsign --sign 3rd Party Mac Developer Installer: MyCompagny <Source> 
<Destination> --cert Apple Worldwide Developer Relations Certification Authority

The correct use of productsign is:

*productsign --sign Developer ID Installer: MyCompagny <Source> <Destination>


I hope this helps.


Jim Thomas, CSCIP/G

On 5/10/13 9:29 AM, Shawn Geddis wrote:
> Jim,
> OS X: About Gatekeeper(OS X Lion, OS X Mountain Lion)
> http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5290
> -Shawn
> On May 10, 2013, at 9:31 AM, Jim Thomas <jim at thursby.com 
> <mailto:jim at thursby.com>> wrote:
>> Shawn,
>> I noticed this with our own installers, and in troubleshooting, found it with 
>> yours, too.
>> With Gatekeeper set to default, double-clicking the signed installer pkg 
>> results in the following error:
>> ----------------------------------------
>> "Smart Card Services Update 2.0b2-ML-signed" can't be installed because it is 
>> from an unidentified developer.
>> Your security preferences allow installation of only apps from the Mac App 
>> Store and identified developers.
>> ----------------------------------------
>> Any insight would be appreciated.
>> Regards,
>> Jim Thomas, CSCIP/G
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