We do generate a unique PayloadUUID. I am wondering if Apple does properly cleaning the failing profile.
When we install the profile, at the last step of install we see a system pop-up saying “Couldn’t communicate with a helper application”. We close the setting window by swapping. We are then able to install applications and list managed applications even if their not profile listed in iOS settings.
First we are not able to understand “Couldn’t communicate with a helper application”, second it seems their is a dirty profile that we cannot see and delete in iOS settings.
Errors we see in console log when doing the install of the profile:
default 14:59:46.784522 +0200 Preferences Install profile data, interactive error. Error: NSError:
Desc : Couldn’t communicate with a helper application.
Sugg : Try your operation again. If that fails, quit and relaunch the application and try again.
Domain : NSCocoaErrorDomain
Code : 4097
NSDebugDescription = "connection to service named com.apple.managedconfiguration.profiled";
Then something that is probalby related.
default 14:59:46.789071 +0200 profiled *** Terminating app due to uncaught exception 'NSInvalidArgumentException', reason: '*** -[__NSDictionaryM setObject:forKey:]: object cannot be nil (key: CertSubject)'
*** First throw call stack:
(0x1a047127c 0x19f64b9f8 0x1a03eace8 0x1a035fb18 0x1a33cd6a4 0x1a33f0954 0x1a33bc6d8 0x1a3429fc0 0x1a3429f64 0x1009db2fc 0x1009deca4 0x100973ac8 0x19feb0a38 0x19feb17d4 0x19fe5a450 0x19fe5ae3c 0x19fe634a8 0x1a0091114 0x1a0093cd4)