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macOS > Device Enrollment (Adding Devices)

macOS Device Management

Updated on August 13th, 2021

Miradore supports the management of macOS devices from version 10.7 onwards. Notice however that we do not support prerelease or beta versions of macOS.

This article provides information about different enrollment methods and management features, which Miradore supports for macOS devices.

In order to start managing your Apple devices in Miradore, you need to take Apple Push Notification service in use. This service is used for secure communication between Miradore and the managed Apple devices. Read more about Apple Push Notification service from our knowledge base or watch the video below.

How to create an Apple Push Certificate

Enrollment methods

Admin may use various different methods to enroll macOS devices to Miradore.

  • Manual enrollment using an MDM Profile is a very easy enrollment method for adding devices in Miradore one-by-one.
  • Administrators can also send the enrollment message to multiple users at once.
  • Self- service enrollment is a user-initiated mass-enrollment method which enables known device users to add new devices in Miradore as a self-service.
  • For advanced management, enrollment with Apple Business / School Manager (Apple DEP) is recommended. This method is available for macOS devices from version 10.9 onwards. Please note, that the device must be added to Apple Business / School Manager when purchased in order to use this method.
  • Enroll devices with the MDM profile downloaded from Miradore System > Infrastructure diagram.

Supported management features for macOS devices

You may also utilize Miradore's business policies to automate the deployment of the configuration profiles to your macOS devices.

Additional information:

Apple Business manager (Apple's user guide)

Apple School manager (Apple's user guide)

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