Open Endpoint Manager > Click 'Settings' > 'Apple DEP'
After integrating EM with DEP:
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You first need to complete the following steps with Apple:
Please follow the steps in Apple’s help documentation to complete the processes above.
Next, you need to configure settings in Endpoint Manager to complete the link to DEP.
Next, you need to create a virtual EM server on Apple’s DEP server:
After authenticating your request, DEP will generate a token which you need to upload to Endpoint Manager:
The ‘Certificates’ tab will now show your DEP certificate details:
Your Endpoint Manager and Apple DEP accounts are now synced.
Devices that were added to your DEP account are now enrolled to EM. After enrollment, the devices appear in two places:
1. 'Settings' > 'Apple DEP' > 'Devices' - Device identified by serial number.
2. 'Devices' > 'Devices List' > 'Device Management' - Device identified by name. Click a device name to view its details and serial number.
DEP enrolled devices have two profiles:
1. DEP Profile - Created during enrollment to the DEP program.
2. Endpoint Manager Profile - The default EM profile is applied once the device is enrolled in EM. You can change this as required.
You can create new DEP profiles and assign them to the devices.
The profiles interface:
The screen lists all DEP profiles added to your account. You can add new profiles, publish profiles, edit profiles and more.
You have to submit the profile to the DEP server in order to push it to devices. Note - Published profiles cannot be re-published or deleted.
You can now assign a published profile to devices. See Manage Apple DEP Devices.
The DEP ‘devices’ area lets you:
Users are asked to install the profile when the device is activated:
Endpoint Manager profiles are applied as follows:
All DEP profile settings active on the device are removed.
Note - The device stays enrolled to Endpoint Manager, and all EM profiles remain in place.
Endpoint Manager periodically contacts the DEP server to update the status of device profiles. You can manually run this update as follows:
Device information from DEP is updated periodically. You can update in real-time if required.
If enabled, you will see alerts when: