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Re: Procedures document for SBAC - iPad and ASAM and JAMF (or other MDM?)

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Melissa Hayden-Raley <[log in to unmask]>

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School Information Technology Discussion <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 11 Feb 2015 13:16:09 -0500

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Thanks!  This is very thorough and helpful.

Melissa Hayden-Raley
Technology Supervisor
Milton Town School District
802-893-5460
http://helpdesk.mtsd-vt.org

School Information Technology Discussion <[log in to unmask]> writes:
>Hello Managed iPad Districts,
> 
>I thought I would share this with anyone who is using JAMF to manage
>iPads and other Apple devices.  
> 
>I worked with very helpful folks at JAMF/Casper to install and configure
>the AIR Secured Test Browser app.  As I was one of the first to call it
>took a bit of time to get it to work. My Technical Account Rep set up a
>test environment and worked through the issues.  
> 
>The goals were:
>1)       to deliver the app to all of our 1:1 deployed iPads without
>visiting the device.
>2)       to avoid using Guided Access which seemed to require
>student or teacher intervention at test time.
>3)       to implement Autonomous Single App Mode (ASAM) to apply
>security when the app is started and release it when the student finishes
>(or apparently pauses) the exam.
> 
>I have the AIR Secured Browser v3 for iOS working on a test device.  It
>was pushed down successfully and security with ASAM seems to be working.
> I will update this if things change during future rollout and testing.
>See the steps below provided by JAMF with a few of my edits.
> 
>BTW: We were delayed by our mistaken assumption  that it would be best
>to setup a separate Configuration Profile for SBAC/AIR app.  We set this
>up and added in the AIR app and assigned the ASAM configuration bundle
>ID to it.  BUT our original Configuration Profile did not have the app
>configured for ASAM.  So there was an underlying conflict. We kept
>getting a “this app is not secure” message when testing.
> Suggestion:  do not setup a separate Configuration Profile for
>SBAC/AIR.  Or, if you do, you need the ASAM settings in both (all)
>Configuration Profiles to match.
> 
>JAMF JSS v9.52, Apple iOS v8.1.3, AIR Secured Browser for iOS v3
>
>
>Good luck!
>Jeff Comenitz
>Halifax School
>[ mailto:[log in to unmask] ][log in to unmask]
>———————————-
>
>
>Steps to get the Air Secured Browser app ready for ASAM.  (EVERY
>Configuration Profile that has a Restrictions payload set will need to
>have the ASAM bundle identifier added in the restrictions portion of the
>Configuration Profiles.)
> 
> Locate iOS Configuration Profiles with Restrictions Payload configured
>to add the bundle ID.
>
>
>In the JSS, go to Mobile Devices >> Configuration Profiles.
>Locate iOS Configuration Profiles with Restrictions Payload configured,
>that are scoped to Users.(if no restrictions set on the device, we  can
>create NEW configuration Profile, following the below steps.)
>Click the Restrictions payload in the sidebar.
>Click the Configure button.
>Click the Applications tab.
>Scroll to the bottom and view the Autonomous Single App Mode apps
>(supervised only) section.
>Click the Add button.
>Click the Ellipse and Choose Airsecure Test from the List. 
>Note: All apps in the Mobile Device App Catalog are visible with the
>ellipsis button. The bundle identifier for the desired app
>will automatically be entered by selecting that button and then the
>desired app.
>Click the Save alongside the newly-entered bundle identifier to store the
>entry for the desired app.
>Click the Scope tab.
>Apply the desired scope as setup in step #2.
>Click the Save button on the profile.
>———————————-
> 
>Apple recently made some changes to the way MDMs can provision iPads
>remotely.  The following is provided as a  reminder of the steps to
>those who have not installed in an application recently in JAMF’s
>JSS/Casper environment or other MDM.
> 
>Assigning Content to Users
>VPP assignments allow you to assign content purchased through VPP to
>users. This allows you to
>specify the content that you want to assign to each user so that it can
>be quickly distributed.
>When you create a VPP assignment in the JSS, you choose a VPP account,
>and all content
>purchased for VPP-managed distribution using the account is automatically
>available. Then you
>specify the content that you want to assign, and the users you want to
>assign it to (called “scope”).
>
>
>Creating a VPP Assignment
>1. Log in to the JSS with a web browser.
>2. Click Users at the top of the page.
>3. Click VPP Assignments.
>On a smartphone or iPod touch, this option is in the pop-up menu.
>4. Click New .
>5. Use the General payload to configure basic settings for the VPP
>assignment, including
>the VPP
>account.
>6. Select the Apps payload and then select the checkbox for each app you
>want to assign.
>7. Select the eBooks payload and then select the checkbox for each eBook
>you want to
>assign.
>8. Click the Scope tab and configure the scope of the assignment.
>9. Click Save.
>Note: The assignment is automatically added to the site that the VPP
>account belongs to.
>13
> 
>Distributing Content
>To make content available to users, you distribute it to devices. When
>content is distributed to
>users, it becomes available on their devices immediately after they
>register with VPP.
>
>
>Distributing an App to a Mobile Device
>1. Log in to the JSS with a web browser.
>2. Click Mobile Devices at the top of the page.
>3. Click Apps.
>4. Click New .
>5. Select App Store app and click Next.
>6. Browse the App Store, and do the following:
>1. Enter the name of the app.
>2. Choose an App Store country, and click Next.
>3. Click Add for the app you want to add.
>7. Use the General pane to configure basic settings for the app,
>including the display name.
>8. Choose “Install Automatically/Prompt Users to Install” from
>the Distribution Method
>pop-up
>menu.
>9. Click the Scope tab and configure the scope of the app.
>10. Click Save.
>The app is distributed the next time mobile devices in the scope contact
>the JSS.
> 
>Information and great technical assistance was provided by JAMF
> 
>JAMF General Support:  1 612-216-1296
>[ http://www.jamfsoftware.com/contact ]http://www.jamfsoftware.com/contact
> 



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