Addigy does not support uploading files bigger than 5GB. For larger files, you will have to host them yourself and include a customized download within your Installation script. Below is an example Bash script that does just that. You will need to modify it with the details of your software.


There are a few of things to keep in mind when writing or modifying your script.

  • Because our policies get enforced on 30-minute intervals, your Custom Software should contain a Condition script that checks for a previously installed version. This is especially important for Microsoft Office products that require the end-users to close any Office application if open.
  • Deploying large files to a large number of devices at once can bring a network to a halt. We address this issue by using Addigy's lan-cache, which is already installed with all our agents. This tool allows us to download a file from an HTTP/HTTPS url into a local path in a device with a few added perks. It creates a network of peers in the local network, ensuring that only one of the peers downloads the file and the rest fetch it from peers who already have the file. It will also cache the files already downloaded so that they do not need to be downloaded again.


/Library/Addigy/lan-cache download "${FILE_TO_DOWNLOAD}" "${DOWNLOAD_LOCAL_PATH}"

/usr/sbin/installer -pkg ${DOWNLOAD_LOCAL_PATH} -target /

For more details on creating a Custom Software with this Bash script, please refer to our article Creating Custom Software.

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