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System Integrity Protection Disabled

System Integrity Protection (SIP) protects the entire system by preventing the execution of unauthorized code on macOS devices. During development, temporarily disabling SIP may be required in order to install and test code.

Creating a new System Integrity Protection Disabled policy

To create a new System Integrity Protection Disabled policy:

  1. From the Device Posture tab, select + ADD:

    Add new device posture policy

  2. Select Add to macOS.

    The Add new device policy to macOS dialog appears.


    The System Integrity Protection Disabled device policy is currently supported for macOS devices.

  3. Select System Integrity Protection Disabled from the Select policy type dropdown.

    Add new System Integrity Protection Disabled policy

  4. Configure the following attribute:

    • Action: Select Review.
  5. Enter label names (predefined or custom) to the Labels field listed under Apply policy to devices with these labels to apply the new policy to specific groups of devices.

    Apply device policy labels

  6. Select SAVE.

    The policy is created with the configured settings.


    When System Integrity Protection is disabled on a macOS device, a System Integrity Protection disabled ticket type is created.

The policy can be viewed by selecting the dropdown next to Apple Mobile File Integrity Disabled on the Device Posture tab. See: Device posture configuration overview.

The following policy details are displayed:

  • Device labels applicable to the policy.

  • The action(s) applicable to the policy, for example, Review.

    View Apple Mobile File Integrity Disabled policy