I'm trying to implement the new youtube filtering available for google apps domains.
This basically means modifying DNS entries for several google domains OR using an HTTP header injection (not available to us right now).
Information for those interested: https://support.google.com/a/answer/6214622
Option 1: DNS Configure Domain Name System (DNS) on your network to add a Canonical Name (CNAME) for the following hostnames: www.youtube.com m.youtube.com youtubei.googleapis.com youtube.googleapis.com www.youtube-nocookie.com For Strict Restricted YouTube access, add restrict.youtube.com as a CNAME for these domains. For Moderate Restricted YouTube access, add restrictmoderate.youtube.com as a CNAME for these domains.
Anywho....at school, this is obviously easily done.
It's at home where we have the problem.
Mac's have /etc/hosts that can be modified, but is there a way to do this for supervised iOS?
Is there any other way to effectively accomplish the same thing?? Does jamf have a trick??
The only thing I'm coming up with is put out an external DNS server and point all my ipads to that??
Far from ideal.
Thanks for any help!