Systems Manager allows for the distribution of enterprise iOS app that are not publicly available in iTunes. Enterprise iOS apps are apps developed using the iOS Enterprise Developer Program. A valid Dun & Bradstreet (D-U-N-S) number is required to enroll in this program (more information). This program allows for development of internally created iOS apps.
Systems Manager can deploy OS updates on either an individual client basis or in bulk via a command on the Clients List. The OS Update command will cause the client to download the update and will prompt the user to "Update Now" or delay the update.
Systems Manager allows iOS apps to be pushed to devices without requiring a user enter a passcode for iTunes. This allows new apps to be installed on devices, without providing the user access to the Apple ID on the device, and greatly increases device manageability. There are two methods of doing this, each with their own benefits. This article will discuss both.
This document outlines some common reasons VPP will fail to install or license applications. Before reviewing this article, confirm if the app you're experiencing issues with is being pushed through user assignment or device assignment. For an overview of VPP and these two methods of deploying apps, see this guide.
The Volume Purchase Program (VPP) is an Apple portal for businesses and schools to purchase apps and books in volume. Systems Manager fully integrates with VPP to easily distribute, revoke, and centrally manage your licenses, supporting both of Apple’s methods of managed distribution and licensing via redemption code. This article will explain how to link your VPP account to dashboard, and details the licensing distribution options.
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