iOS restrictions settings include settings to block various actions and services, e.g. cloud services, chat, Safari, and installation of applications. IF you would like to configure iOS restrictions settings please follow the steps below :
Step 1 - Access the Profiles menu option
On the Left-hand side, panel select the link for “Profiles”
Step 2 - Edit the “Baseline” by following the steps below :
- On the right-hand side of the page
- Under “Actions” in line with the Baseline click on the edit icon
Step 3 - Access the Privacy option
Access the “Restrictions” option for a profile as shown below.
Step 4 - Select the iOS option
Select the iOS tab as shown below.
Step 5 - High-level options can be expanded
Selecting the Details link will expand high-level options to sub-options.
Step 6 - Options to be blocked are selected
Specific sub-options under a high-level option can be selected, or a high-level option, which will select all sub-options underneath it.
Step 7 - Save settings
In the bottom right corner of the window click the “Save” button to save settings
It is recommended that the details of each IOS High-level restrictions be checked before ticking, as the sub-options may block a setting that is required or needed for a device. For Example when ticking “Blocking application installation and removal”, this will also delay the user’s visibility of Software Updates.
It is also important to check if the sub-options will apply to the device as some sub-options will require the device to be supervised or on a particular version of IOS and up. If the device is not required IOS for Example IOS 7.0, the particular sub-option will not work on the device.
“Lockdown Security”, is a Restriction we recommend you double-check all Sub-options For example if the example there an option that will block the device from connecting to any wireless network it was not defined before.
Congratulations you now know how to configure iOS restrictions.
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