Self-service device enrollment for end-users
The new version of Miradore supports Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives by enabling device end-users to enroll computers to Miradore as a self-service. The enrollment is done using a website whose URL address the users can request from Help desk. All attempted device enrollments are authorized with enrollment codes that Help desk can manage in Miradore. Without valid enrollment codes, the users are not able to enroll new devices to Miradore. The self-service enrollment is useful when device acquisitions are not handled by IT departments, but instead, when people purchase new devices by themselves, or want to enroll their own devices to Miradore.
Automated installations based on device properties
Miradore can be configured to automatically take care of the routine installations that should always be performed when a new device is introduced to company’s IT environment. Examples of these routine installations include joining to domain, setting up security software, and installing a standardized set of applications according to the device role and intended use. In Miradore 3.7.0, we’ve made some improvements to this logic, and it is now possible to scope the automated installations to concern all editions and versions of a certain operating system.
Support for OS X Yosemite
As we blogged recently, Miradore 3.7.0 also enables the management of Mac Computers running OS X Yosemite.
9 minor improvements and 16 bug fixes.
If you would like to see a full list of changes with more detailed descriptions, please read the Miradore 3.7.0 Release Notes.
- Miradore 3.7.0 Release Notes (registration required)
- Download Miradore 3.7.0 installer (for customers only)
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