Use Managed Apple IDs with Apple Business Manager
As an administrator or manager, you use Managed Apple IDs in two main ways, with accounts and roles.
Accounts: Administrators can complete a range of tasks within Apple Business Manager to manage accounts. For example, you can assign roles or reset passwords for a specific set of users.
Roles: After a Managed Apple ID is created for a user, the administrator can then assign roles for the user. These roles define which tasks users can perform in Apple Business Manager with their Managed Apple ID.
In addition, the administrator and manager can manually add an account at any time, such as when a temporary user is added to your organization. You can also view and edit account information, such as the user’s name, ID number, and more. Depending on your role, you can also reset a user’s Managed Apple ID password, and delete or deactivate an account.