In order to use Addigy's Mobile Device Management (MDM) integration, you'll first need to create an Apple Push Certificate. Push Certificates are used to authenticate with Apple's Push Notification Service (APNS) for sending MDM commands and profiles to your iOS and MacOS devices. The certificate is created on Apple's Push Certificate website and then uploaded to your Addigy account, from here you can silently install it onto your select devices. Below we outline our Apple Push Certificates guidelines to make this a simple process for you and your team.
Creating Apple Push Certificates
In the following Knowledge Base article, we walk you thought the steps it takes to generate your first Apple Push Certificate.
Assigning Your First Apple Push Certificates for a Single Organization
Now that you've created your Apple Push Certificate, it's time to assign it. If you manage a single organization, you'll want to use the following Knowledge Base as a guideline for getting your devices up and running with MDM and your new Apple Push Certificate.
Assigning and Managing Multiple Apple Push Certificates for your Multi-tenant Organization
In some cases, you may find yourself managing multiple organizations under your Addigy account. This is why Addigy allows you to upload and manage multiple Apple Push Certificates to stay in compliance with Apple's MDM Terms of Service which requires that all managed organizations have their own Apple Push Certificate.
Enrolling your devices with your Apple Push Certificate
Once your Apple Push Certificates are created and assigned. It's time to start enrolling devices into your Addigy Account. If your device is currently enrolled with another Apple Push Certificate, you'll have to take a few extra steps to fully enroll. Otherwise, the enrollment process is quite simple.