Sometimes when an app or profile is scoped to devices, they get stuck in
a pending status indefinitely, but a blank push command will "wake up"
the process and it will complete. I'd like a way to send a blank push to
all devices if a major profile or...
Testing out an Exchange ActiveSync profile in Jamf Pro. I've filled out
all the fields in the profile and the profile pushes to the test device
just fine. When opening the contacts app on the device, it prompts for
the "com.apple.eas.account" passwor...
Looking for an alternative to Carddav to push a shared contact list out
to shared devices. We have several shared devices that no one will log
into M365 on so sharing a contact list to a group of M365 users won't
work. What if I set up a shared M365 ...
Doing testing in my office and pushing out several commands and profiles
to a device. The device is connected to WIFI and has 5 bars signal
strength. Everything works great until the screenlock kicks in, at which
point, all progress comes to a comple...
Is there any industry standard documentation on the XML format of app
level configuration options or is that something I get from the third
party vendor of the app in the form of a schema that their developers
I'm using Carddav now and it's problematic. I have to create a new
profile every couple months because people start losing all of their
contacts or random contacts within the list or it doesn't update and
push out changes. It's unreliable and hence m...
This can be the only command in the queue and it will still happen. And
the connection can be fine. As soon as the screen lock kicks in I see
the status go to "Device was busy. Will try again". Same connection, no
other commands. The only difference ...
Agreed, clearing passcodes is not an acceptable workaround. If this is
something that can't be changed at the MDM level, the only thing I can
think of is possibly creating a scheduled task that sends a blank push
to all devices at a certain interval ...
As soon as another command was sent to the device, all pending commands
in the queue were executed so you were correct. But that is unacceptable
behavior of the product. What if another command doesn't hit the device
for hours? Also, organizations ha...