Configuring AirPrint and AirPlay profiles for iOS devices
AirPrintprofiles can help users find printers that support
AirPrint, are accessible to them, and for which they have the required permissions. In situations where protocols such as
AirPrintenabled printers on another subnetwork,
AirPrintprofiles aid in specifying where resources are located. You can assign
iOSdevices so that users don’t have to configure printers manually.
iOSfeature that lets you display photos or stream music and video to compatible
AirPlaydevices such as
AppleTV, AirPort Express, or
AirPlayprofile you can set passwords for specific
AirPlaydevices to make sure that only authorized users can access them. You can also create an allowed list of destination devices to make sure that supervised
iOSdevices can only connect to the
AirPlaydevices that you specify. You can assign
AirPlayprofiles to user accounts, user groups, or device groups.
Example: Set a password for an
If you want to restrict access to a specific
AirPlaydevice, add the name of the device and set a password.
iOSdevice users with that
AirPlayprofile will have to type the password to access that
AirPlaydevice. Note that the password is required by the
AirPlayprofile, not by the
iOSdevice users who don't have that
AirPlayprofile can still access the
AirPlaydevice without the password.
Example: Create a list of
AirPlaydevices for supervised
If you want to allow supervised
iOSdevices to stream content only to specific devices, you can add the device ID. Supervised devices will only be able to stream content to the devices that you specify. Devices that are not supervised will not be affected by this list.