The last topic had a solution marked that wasn't a solution - I want to bump this back up to the top. We are experiencing issues with our network sporadically when moving through APs in our building. The fix is associated with a the Limit IP Address Tracking feature but I am not sold on that.
How do we turn this feature off in mass?
Its been said that this feature is only related to Mail and Safari - has anyone else experienced issues outside of those like mine?
We have seen issues with this feature blocking certain servers and websites and have had to turn it off and I can say its not limited to just safari and mail. A good example is specific apps on iPad and iPhone not making a connection when this service is turned on, then immediately works when its turned off.
Also as far as I know, Apple has not given us the ability to manage this preference. Limit IP address tracking should be something that is able to disabled for institutional purchases.
Network security blocks a laptop from signing into the Active Directory when "Limit IP Address Tracking" is enabled in our environment. I must turn this off manually on each macOS computer before a new user can sign into a computer. I agree that there should be a way to manage this setting since it is needed in an enterprise environment. That is, if these devices were intended to be in an enterprise environment.