When a configuration profile for printer management is deployed to a Mac
before the printer drivers are installed, the printers are configured as
generic printers. Even the release notes of Jamf School mention this
phenomenon:Best Practice: Deploying...
tl;dr: what's the ideal VLAN/WLAN setup for lots of iPads and Apple
TV's? We have a relatively large campus network (K12 school): 2000
users, lots of iPads (1:1 and shared iPads), ± 70 Access Points (Ruckus
R500, R510 and R550; ZoneDirector ZD1200 co...
The approach with smart groups based on the installation status of the
printer drivers (deployed as In-House app) is working perfectly fine. We
push the printer configuration profile to those smart groups, so we
avoid the problem of the generic print...
We don't experience that particular issue you're describing, but we
don't use that many MacBook Airs. It's mostly iPads we are using.Some
other things to consider:WLAN: only use the 5GHz band and use as many
bands as possibleWLAN: use OFDM onlyAP's: ...
I'm afraid I can't say we totally solved the issues, but we did make a
lot of progress. Some things we changed:We replaced all of 3rd gen Apple
TV's by newer models (4th and 6th gen).Almost all of the Apple TV's are
connected to the network over ethe...