Apple Business Essentials User Guide
- Intro to federated authentication
- Intro to Google Workspace
- Use federated authentication with Google Workspace
- Intro to Microsoft Azure AD
- Use federated authentication with MS Azure AD
- Resolve Apple ID conflicts
- Get notified about user name conflicts
- Change a user’s domain information
- Transfer Apple services when federating
- Add or reset verification phone numbers
- Intro to purchasing content
- Review content payment and billing information
- Select and purchase content
- Configure app installation and removal
- Monitor app installation status and license tracking
- Learn about Custom Apps
- Manage content tokens
- Transfer licenses
- Migrate content tokens
- Invite VPP purchasers
- Plan for migration to Apps
- Device workflow
- Enrollment methods
- Manage device suppliers
- View device information
- Get device order progress reports
- Add devices from Apple Configurator
- Intro to configuring settings
- AirDrop settings
- AirPlay settings
- AirPrint settings
- App Access settings
- Application Layer Firewall settings
- Certificate settings
- Content Caching settings
- Configure a Custom setting
- Data Management settings
- Energy Saver settings
- FileVault settings
- Gatekeeper settings
- iCloud settings
- Lock Screen settings
- Password and Screen Lock settings
- Software Update settings
- VPN settings
- Web Clip settings
- Web Filter settings
- Wi-Fi settings
- Edit a setting
- Apply Collections
- Document revision history
Edit a third-party MDM server configuration in Apple Business Essentials
A user with a role that has the proper privileges may sometimes need to edit a third-party mobile device management (MDM) server configuration.
Edit a third-party MDM server configuration
In Apple Business Essentials, sign in with a user that has the role of Administrator or Device Enrollment Manager.
Select your name at the bottom of the sidebar, select Preferences , select your MDM server under the Your MDM Servers list, then select Edit.
Make any of the following changes:
Set or change the device types associated with this MDM server.
View or rename the server.
Allow devices to be released.
View the last connected IP address.
View or upload a new public key certificate.
View, generate, or download a new server token.
Delete the server and assign devices to another server.
View assigned devices and get a breakdown by device type and quantity.
Download a comma-separated value (.csv) file that contains the serial numbers of all assigned devices.
After you make changes or download your .csv file, select Apply.