Apple TV Jamf control

dcorcoran1
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Is there a way to avoid overcrowding of the Airplay devices and to make sure the teacher selects the correct Apple TV? 9c72d64e8e37414284562fba38379411

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larry_barrett
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Make them use a passcode first time, no mistakes. Assuming your teachers don't move from room to room, the last connected one should be on top of their list

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We try to stay out of it as they are professionals.

Chris_Hafner
Valued Contributor II

What @larry_barrett says. I find this to be the easiest way to guarantee they don't end up on the wrong one.

However, I do have to point out that there are numerous ways to limit what AppleTVs someone sees. From iBeacons, IP/Building detection within JAMF, Other JAMF Policies, Wireless Access Control (We do this using ClearPass). There are options.