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For an overview on Managed Configuration for iOS within KACE Cloud, please view the video and accompanying steps below.
Managed configuration lets an admin configure settings before apps are deployed to devices.
When adding an app to the library, KACE Cloud will identify any AppConfig.xmlfiles and enable configuration of designated key values. An admin can then access the 'Edit Settings' function for that specific app. All apps with managed configuration capabilities are represented with a gear icon in the library.
Apps that do not provide a discoverable AppConfig.xml file during upload to KACE Cloud may still offer the file, but it will need to be retrieved by an admin and uploaded manually. An admin can also create an AppConfig.xml file and upload it manually for a specific app.
Note: When creating an AppConfig.xml file, KACE Cloud supports the following variables when specifying configuration: %user.emailaddress%, %user.fullname%, %user.username%, $userid$, %device_uuid%, $device_uuid$.
Once the file is located or created:
When the upload process completes, the gear icon will show up next to the app in the library list, indicating that managed configuration is enabled.
There are three ways to add new apps:
Note: Both free App Store apps and internal (enterprise) apps are supported for iOS and Android devices.
Note: The auto deploy option is a helpful automation tool for device admins. To ensure an app is automatically deployed to all devices enrolled in the future, check this box during the set-up process.
There are two ways to access new apps:
Note: Until an AppConfig.xml file is added to KACE Cloud for a specific app, the Edit Settings function cannot be enabled. Some apps do not automatically provide a discoverable AppConfig.xml file, but the file may still be available from the developer. In this case, the file will need to be located by an admin and uploaded manually. An admin can also create an AppConfig.xml file and upload it manually for a specific app.
Note: Any updates to an app’s settings will be pushed to all devices where the app has previously been installed.
Caution: This action will remove apps from the library, but the apps will remain installed on any device where they were previously deployed.