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Apple Configurator, by default, logs only a limited amount of data. To increase the logging level for Apple Configurator, use the defaults command to write All into the LogLevel key in com.apple.configurator, using the defaults command:

defaults write com.apple.configurator LogLevel ALL

Re-open Apple Configurator and you’re golden. Then, have some problems and be so happy to get some logs, viewable in Console.

defaults read com.apple.configurator
{AcceptedLicenseVersion = 20150317;
CDFirstLaunch = 0;
CDMainViewType = 3;
ChaperoneCertificateIssuer = ;
ChaperoneCertificateSerial = ;
LogLevel = ALL;
NSNavLastRootDirectory = "~/Desktop";
NSNavPanelExpandedSizeForSaveMode = "{712, 620}";
"NSToolbar Configuration C484E2C8-5B9C-4999-9304-7233D38B3F95" = {
"TB Display Mode" = 1;
"TB Icon Size Mode" = 1;
"TB Is Shown" = 1;
"TB Size Mode" = 1;};
"NSWindow Frame CDMainWindow" = "458 164 875 550 0 0 1366 745 ";
"NSWindow Frame NSNavPanelAutosaveName" = "783 504 424 192 0 0 1366 745 ";
SignConfigurationProfileOnExport = 0;
SuppressPrepareInterlockDialog = 0;}

Viola, that’s it!

October 29th, 2015

Posted In: Apple Configurator, iPhone

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