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Mobile Device Management Profiles

       

It is possible to configure profiles for the managed devices using the Profile Editor. In general a profile is a collection of one or more payloads containing configurations.

The following payloads are supported by CapaInstaller:


Multiple Platforms

  • Certificate PayloadThis payload can be used to add a new certificate to the mobile device certificate store. The added certificate can then be used by the device for obtaining trust to a web service or other services.
  • Exchange PayloadThis payload can be used to configure a mobile device so it can connect to the company Exchange server.
  • Passcode PayloadThis payload can be used to enforce a passcode on the device. The payload doesn't give the actual passcode but merely states the requirements that the user passcode must fulfill.
  • SCEP PayloadThis payload can be used to enroll a certificate using the Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol
  • Web Clip PayloadThis payload can be used to add a web clip/link at the device home screen. The web clip can be shortcut for an internet homepage or similar
  • WiFi Advanced PayloadThis payload can be used to configure a device to connect to a wireless accesspoint with advanced authentication options.
  • WiFi PayloadThis payload can be used to configure a mobile device so it can connect to one or more wireless accesspoints.

iOS Profiles

Android profiles

Windows Mobile Profiles

MacOS Profiles

If you need to configure a large number of devices or to provide lots of custom email settings, network settings, or certificates to a large number of devices, configuration profiles are an easy way to do it.

  • Active Directory Payload macOSThis payload can be used to join a macOS device to an Active Directory and configure the domain membership options.
  • Kernel Extension Policy macOSThis payload can be used to allow applications to run without user prompting
  • Restrictions Payload MacOSThis payload can be used to restrict access to certain features and capabilities of a macOS device. Some restrictions requires that the device is Supervised and is marked with an asterisk.

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