HiWe have one student whose iPad is locked down. Obviously we have to
allow access to certain apps so that the student can work, however we
discovered today that even though the student has his web browser
restricted they are still able to open it wh...
Yeah, I'm accepting that as the "solution". In reality, it's one student
in a particular situation that generally no one else will be in. As long
as we're aware of it, then we can handle it manually. Thanks for your
As far as I know, to supervise an iPad you have to use Apple
Configurator as it's not a "profile" install on the OS as you see it.
It's a little deeper than that, hence you have to reset the iPad to put
it into supervised mode.
Which I have already done whilst trying to find a solution!! Thanks for
the reply. it's great to know that this has been replicated elsewhere. I
suppose the issue here is where does the fault lie? If the profile is
set to not allow Safari, yet it is ...