Did you know that you can ask Apple Configurator to give you a lot more logs than it does by default? Holy crap. Makes life so much simpler when you’re having problems, to actually get real logs. And then there’s that… To get more logs, close Apple Configurator and then write All into the LogLevel key in com.apple.configurator:
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.
krypted September 4th, 2013
Posted In: iPhone, Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server
Apple Configurator, com.apple.configurator, console, defaults write