What am I doing wrong? Functionality that I'd come to rely on in Apple
Configurator 1.x doesn't appear to be working in AC2. I have a Mac Mini
with only 3 extra USB ports, so I can only image 3 devices at a
time.AC2.2I have a blueprint that includes ...
I'm curious if anyone else has this experience... On a managed iOS
device, locked to 1 app, it has a wireless profile that is installed as
part of the "imaging process" (via Apple Configurator). The app lock is
delivered via a Casper MDM profile. I'v...
I'm looking for a way to find all these devices and put them in a Smart
Group. Unfortunately the options available for "Last Enrollment" is
strictly before/after n date & before/after n days. I can't seem to
figure out how to finagle it to report on ...
Which means Casper will see it as an uninstalled Update. Which makes me
sad. Is anyone else seeing this? Expansion: I already have OS X 10.11.1
installed. The App Store shows a download available in the Update
section for OS X 10.11.1. But it is NOT ...
This has been happening off and on and I'm not entirely sure why... a
perfectly good script, meaning it will run locally from the command
line, will not run as a policy. This is a script that worked fine prior
to 9.8 upgrade (we are running 9.8.1). N...
No. However in our instance it was only elderly devices that exhibited
this issue, as far as I could tell it was never newer devices. In the
end I did a lot of manual remediation. But your newly imaged devices
SHOULD be populating this. You might wan...
So I solved this "issue". I was both asking AC2 to name the device AND
telling the device to display the device name on the lock screen
wallpaper in the same Blueprint. When I move them to separate Blueprints
(e.g., device naming in a BP before the w...
This is obviously not meant for the end user, but for support staff.
Thanks, yes, this was for my peers who appreciate my snark and find it
very amusing. I posted this workflow, as requested, to help other admins
who face a similar issue and want to ...
RAW Version (with some snark, from our internal wiki) Unbox & plug it
into power Boot it up and go through the initial steps of manual
configuration. Things to be conscious of are: Don't bother setting up
Wi-Fi during this process. If you needed proo...