Addigy can be leveraged to deploy certificates with the help of an MDM profile creator, such as iMazing. iMazing is an excellent tool for creating .mobileconfig files containing specific payloads you'd like to deploy to your devices such as restrictions to System Preferences items, Wi-Fi settings, Certificates and more. Once you have a .mobileconfig file, you can upload it onto Addigy and deploy them to all your devices via Policies. Below we will highlight how to manage these tools to get a certificate onto your devices.
Building a Certificate Payload in iMazing
In the General tab, there will be several settings to modify:
1. The Payload name modifies how the profile is shown on the device
2. Note: be sure to use a unique profile Identifier for each different configuration. If two profiles contain the same identifier, they will be treated as the same profile and overwrite eachother.
Certificates can be applied on a System or User level once exported with the following option:
In the left panel, locate and select the "Certificate" payload.
Select "Add Configuration Payload" in the center pane.
Search for the certificate payload you would like to add.
Next, we will need to save the configuration as a .mobileconfig to be uploaded to Addigy:
In the menu bar, select File > Save as
Choose a name and location to save the file:
Importing the .mobileconfig Profile to Addigy
To upload the profile into your Addigy environment, head to Policies -> Catalog -> MDM Configurations -> Add Configuration -> Custom Configuration.
Next, the MDM Configuration will need to be added to the Policy and deployed:
Once these certificates are successfully pushed out to your end-users, they will automatically have all the correct permissions set to "Always Trust."
Now you can push your certificates as an MDM Configuration to any device in your policies!
If you experience issues deploying certificates to your devices or need help getting started, please reach out to Addigy support: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have an Addigy account and have additional questions, you can create a ticket by emailing email@example.com.
Alternatively, you can submit a support request within Addigy.