LATEST – January 2021
KACE Cloud Mobile Device Manager
We are excited to announce our most recent updates to KACE Cloud Mobile Device Manager.
In our January release, we’re introducing two new features—Always On VPN for iOS and QR Code/COPE Enrollment for Android. We've also got an update on using On-Prem Domain-Joined devices and KACE Cloud MDM.
Supervised iOS devices can now accept one or more VPN configuration profile(s) that are set as Always On. An Always On VPN configuration provides an automated IKEv2 connection to a VPN without any action being required by end users.
Learn more about Always On VPN.
Corporate-owned, personally-enabled device management is now available for Android 11+ devices using the QR code enrollment workflow.
Corporate-owned, personally-enabled device management lets an admin provision Android devices with company-approved permissions and restrictions, but also allows personally-enabled options for the end user. Similar to the bring-your-own-device model, COPE offers more company control when it comes to applications, integration and security, but supports the end user’s need for one-device convenience when performing non-enterprise functions.
Learn more about Android - QR Code/COPE enrollment .
KACE Cloud MDM customers with an on-prem domain containing Windows 10 PCs can automatically enroll these devices in KACE Cloud MDM using an Active Directory Group Policy. Automatically enrolling through a Group Policy requires an active Azure AD subscription.
To review the workflow for Group Policy Enrollment Using Azure AD, and a list of commonly asked questions, please see the Windows Enrollment section.
Be sure to check out the KACE Cloud MDM Product Support page to find knowledge base articles, notifications, video tutorials, and a product user forum.