We are currently preparing for the small-scale iPad deployment, and this is the first time for us to manage iOS devices with Jamf. In our computer lab, students will check out and check in the devices at the counter.
We would like to:
(1) wipe the returned iPad - any personal information must be deleted
(2) re-enroll them in Jamf and get all the configuration policies - ready for next user
As this is the (as opposed to the 'end of term wipe/re-enrollment), the process needs to be done by staff at the counter, who has no or limited access to the JSS.
Is it doable with JSS? What would you suggest the best practice for this workflow? Is it necessary for the devices to be added to ASM (currently not as they were purchased at the non-Apple store).
I appreciate any suggestions and tips!
@tmym Yes, this is possible. You will don't need Jamf Reset, but I would recommend it. That's how your staff will initiate the wipe.
You will definitely need Apple School Manager so you can assign them to re-enroll automatically.
Since you say they are not already in ASM, look into the Provisional Enrollment process. Here's a video for Adding iOS Devices to DEP with Apple Configurator 2.5.
Thank you, @CSCC-JS and @scottblake, for your quick response and advice! I'll take a look at Jamf Reset today. As for 'Adding iOS devices to DEP with Apple Cofigurator 2.5,' I followed workflow 2 on this page. It seems to be the same as the video you suggested, @mscottblake. The devices are enrolled and supervised, but still not added to ASM. I'll go over the steps one more time.