Profiles for each device type are managed independently allowing separate configuration and management of profiles for each device type. When a device is provisioned, it will be provisioned with the profile configuration at the time the device was enrolled. When a profile change is made, new devices will receive the new configuration as well as devices that are currently managed and/or blocked. When any Profiles are changed, ensure the settings are correct as these will be applied immediately to all applicable devices. Please ensure you click on the Save or Save & Close button on the bottom right of the screen to commit your changes before selecting another page.
|Allow Remote Pairing||Enabled or Disabled||If set to false, the AppleTV cannot be paired for use with the Remote App or Control Center widget|
|Allow Changing Device Name||Enabled or Disabled||If set to false, prevents device name from being changed|
|Allow iBookstore Erotica||Enabled or Disabled||If set to false, the user will not be able to download media from Apple Books that has been tagged as erotica|
|Allow Explicit Music or Video||Enabled or Disabled||When false, explicit music or video content purchased from the iTunes Store is hidden. Explicit content is market as such by content providers, such as record labels, when sold through the iTunes Store|
|Force Set Date and Time Automatically||Enabled or Disabled||If set to true, the Date & Time "Set Automatically" features is turned on and can't be turned off by the users. Note: The device's time zone will only be updated when the device can determine its location|
|Allow Password Proximity Requests||Enabled or Disabled||If set to false, a user's device will not request passwords from nearby devices|
Silverback has the ability to pre-populate multiple Wi-Fi settings on your devices, so the user does not need to know the password for these networks themselves.
- Click New WiFi profile
|Wi-Fi Settings||Enabled or Disabled||Enables the sending of Wi-Fi settings|
|SSID||e.g. Corporate Wi-Fi||Service Set Identifier of the wireless network|
||Defines the used Wireless network encryption|
|Hidden Network||Enabled or Disabled||Enable if the target network is not open or hidden|
|Automatically Join||Enabled or Disabled||The device will automatically join the Wi-Fi network|
|Password||e.g. Pa$$w0rd||Password for authenticating to the wireless network|
||Ensures the device talks to the necessary Proxy|
Global HTTP Proxy
Enabling the Global HTTP Proxy will force all Network Traffic through a designated proxy server.
|Global HTTP Proxy||Enabled or Disabled||Enables the Global HTTP proxy|
||Allows the administrator to select a proxy type|
|Server||e.g. http:// proxy.imagoverum.com or 192.168.0.101||The FQDN or IP address of the proxy server|
|Port||e.g. 80 or 443||The port of the proxy server|
|Individual Usernames||Enabled or Disabled||Controls the user ability to enter their own credentials|
|Username||e.g. Proxyuser||Allows the administrator to define the group username|
|Password||e.g. Pa$$w0rd||Allows the administrator to define the group password|
|PAC URL||e.g. http:// proxy.imagoverum.com/proxy.pac or 192.168.0.101/proxy.pac||Allows the administrator to specify the location of the PAC script|
Custom Profiles can be created with the Apple Configurator 2 on a MacOS device and imported into Silverback.
Use Custom Profiles if you miss a setting or a configuration that Silverback does not covers, but has an availability in Apple Configurator 2.
- Click New Custom Profile
|Name||e.g. AppleTVRemote||Display Name for the Custom Profile|
|Description||e.g. AppleTVRemote||Description for the Custom Profile|
|Mobileconfig File||Choose File||Uploads the *.mobileconfig file|
Home Screen Layout
Please refer to: iOS Guide VII: Add your Home Screen Layout