Clean up references to your custom domain name from an Azure AD test tenant

Today I needed to move my custom domain name from an old (and messy) AAD test tenant to a (sparkling) new one. Problem is, you can't simply delete the old custom name, since your user's UPNs and Email addresses are using it (AAD actually presents a nice screen, showing all the dependencies, but I am... Continue Reading →

Viewing the encrypted Apple profiles in Workspace ONE UEM console

Apple has an option to encrypt the MDM profile payloads (both iOS and macOS). But then when you try to view the profile XML in the console (ex. migrating payloads between UAT and Production environments, working with custom profiles) - they are encrypted! Turns out, there is a way to view the XML w/o having... Continue Reading →

App version management in Android Enterprise – Managed Play Closed Tracks and their nuances

If you think my titles are wordy, check the official title of good old Robinson Crusoe! Anyway, today we will look at two important things: Using Managed Google Play feature called Closed Tracks to control app versions and update cycles in two scenarios:Multiple "deployment rings" for different device groupsDeveloper having customers with different update cyclesImportant... Continue Reading →

Android 11 COPE and the end of Internal apps

We know about the changes to Android 11 COPE, and how they affect the EMMs. One aspect that was slightly overlooked though, is what happens to Internal apps, which many organizations are still employing. We have recently released a KB, which caused a bit of panic between customers and colleagues. Let’s dive deeper and see... Continue Reading →

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