Using the JSS API to delete devices

The time has come in our deployment of iOS devices where we need to delete a large chunk of devices from the JSS. Of course, we could go through and “unmanage” each device from the JSS, but for approximately 250 devices, that is a fair amount of clicking. We could also go the route of deleting the profile from the …

Apple Clips

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Running Google Expeditions on your Cisco Wireless

(If you don’t want to hear the story of the app and jump right to the solution, scroll down a few paragraphs) The support pages for Expeditions contain some guidance about the requirements to run Expeditions on your network, mainly: “Check with your IT admin to see if your school Wi-Fi network is enabled for peer-to-peer networking. If it isn’t, you …

Casper & Automated Management

One task I am often faced with in managing our iOS devices is finding ways to help our users help themselves to resolve issues on their devices. This can be something as simple as encouraging them to update iOS, freeing up space or performing actions based upon specific vision. One great way to do this in the Casper Suite is …

Managed Apple IDs: Tips

Working with new Managed Apple IDs Each and every summer, EdTech folks get to learn about the newest trends in technology. For school districts working with Apple Technologies, this usually means a new version of macOS or iOS. This summer, it is a bit different for Education, as Apple has rolled out Apple School Manager (ASM), a replacement for the …