The next release of iOS (10.3), macOS (10.12.4), and tvOS (10.2) bring us a host of new management features. These include DEP configuration, remote wipe, single app mode, conference room mode, and remote reboot for Apple TVs. The next evolution of iOS brings us sounds in lost mode, the ability to prevent users from connecting to unmanaged wireless networks (just make sure to push that policy after sending down the actual managed wireless networks – or eek), the option to remotely shut down and reboot devices,
The Mac options includes some of the above but also restricting the feature to unlock macOS devices with Touch ID, restrict documents and desktop syncing with Apple’s iCloud service. Shared iPad environments also get new passcode policies.
Jamf Pro 9.98 has also comes with Symantec PKI integration and lots, and lots, and lots of resolutions to product issues. For more, see https://www.jamf.com/blog/are-you-ready-for-apples-next-release/
. For a full run-down of profile options and MDM commands: http://docs.jamf.com/9.98/casper-suite/release-notes/What’s_New_in_This_Release.html
Keeping with Apple’s evolving standards, Managed Preferences and Provisioning Profiles are being deprecated: http://docs.jamf.com/9.98/casper-suite/release-notes/Deprecations_and_Removals.html
(which isn’t to say you can’t still deploy these kinds of things using your own scripts, etc).
Finally, if you have a problem in your environment and want to see if it’s been fixed, for a list of defects and product improvements – see http://docs.jamf.com/9.98/casper-suite/release-notes/Bug_Fixes_and_Enhancements.html
krypted March 23rd, 2017
Posted In: JAMF, Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server
Apple TV, jamf 9.98, MAC, macos, update