How to put an iOS device into supervised mode using Apple Configurator 2
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How to put an iOS device into supervised mode using Apple Configurator 2

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2018 Dec 25 ID: 14521

Apple Configurator 2 is used for managing corporate iOS devices and distributing apps within the company.

Back up the data on your device before switching it to supervised mode. 

To put an iOS device into supervised mode:

  1. Connect the iOS device to a Mac.
  2. Download and run Apple Configurator 2.
  3. Select the device and click Prepare.

Device selection in Apple Configurator 2

  1. In the Prepare with field, choose Manual Configuration and select the checkbox Supervise devices.

Device preparation in Apple Configurator 2

  1. In the Server field, select Do not enroll in MDM.

MDM server selection in Apple Configurator 2

  1. Enter information about your organization.

Entry of organization information in Apple Configurator 2

  1. Select Generate a new supervision identity.

New identifier creation

  1. Select the steps that will be taken after resetting the device. Click Prepare.

Selection of steps to be completed upon resetting the device

The device will be put into supervised mode and restarted.

After installing an iOS MDM profile on a controlled device, the administrator will be able to access its settings in the Kaspersky Security Center 10 policy.

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