Assign an enrollment configuration to iOS devices
If you created an enrollment configuration and selected "Automatically assign all new devices to this configuration,"
BlackBerry UEMautomatically assigns the configuration when DEP devices synchronize with
UEM. Otherwise, you must assign an enrollment configuration to devices.
UEMsynchronizes with DEP on a daily schedule and whenever you view the
AppleDEP devices page.
If the activation status for a device is still pending, you can remove an existing enrollment configuration and assign a new one.
BlackBerry UEMmanagement console, the following icons indicate the status of enrollment configurations:
An enrollment configuration is assigned.
BlackBerry UEMalso displays a check mark for activated devices if the applied DEP enrollment configuration was updated or resaved in the
AppleDevice Enrollment Program External Integration settings after the device was activated. If the configuration is updated,
UEMcan’t confirm that enrollment configuration used when the device was activated matches the assigned configuration.
No enrollment configuration is assigned.
An enrollment configuration is applied, but it is pending activation.
Activation was successful.
- On the menu bar, clickUsers > Apple DEP devices.
- Select the check boxes beside the devices that you want to assign an enrollment configuration to. You must select devices that are registered to the same DEP account.
- Click .
- In theEnrollment configurationdrop-down list, select the enrollment configuration that you want to assign.
iOSdevices to users. As part of the device setup, devices are activated with
UEM. Users are prompted for a username and password. Company directory users can use their company directory username (in the format domain\username) and password. Local users need to use an activation password. See Set an activation password for the user.