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I have an applescript with code below that had been working until Catalina 10.15 update, gives command not found error:

do shell script "sudo /usr/sbin/accept '2nd-flr-Library-rm228'" with administrator privileges

Looked at /usr/sbin/ and accept is not in the directory. Has it been moved? Or is another method now required?

The script installs a printer, the uses accept command to get user to put in authorization.

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Prior to macOS Catalina the accept command was a symlink to cupsaccept. So in macOS Catalina, use:

/usr/sbin/cupsaccept

In macOS Mojave, in Terminal:

$ which accept
/usr/sbin/accept
$ ls -l /usr/sbin/accept
lrwxr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  10 Sep  7 21:22 /usr/sbin/accept -> cupsaccept
$ 

In macOS Catalina, in Terminal:

% which cupsaccept
/usr/sbin/cupsaccept
%
  • Thanks for quick help! – Len Nov 13 at 16:22

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