Management options for iOS are fewer in comparison to Android, and additional steps, such as the setup and deployment of a Push Certificate, are required during setup. In this video, Julio Appling explains iOS device setup and management in G Suite.
- [Narrator] Unlike the Android operating system,…developed by Google and managed with Google accounts,…iOS devices are managed using Apple credentials.…While applications, such as Apple Mail,…may interface with Google accounts,…Google recommends using its native apps.…In order to manage user accounts on iOS devices,…a push certificate must be created by the administrator.…To begin, iOS device management must first be enabled.…From the home screen select Device Management and Setup.…
Unlike Android devices,…iOS devices do not require device policy app.…Instead, you must set up an iOS push certificate…under Mobile Management,…directly below Allow iOS sync for G Suite…you will find Manage iOS devices.…Be sure this box is checked,…and if you're not prompted immediately to do so,…scroll down to Apple Push Certificate…and begin setup.…I've already set up a push certificate,…but for the sake of demonstration,…I'll complete the process again.…From the Setup iOS Certificate page,…download a certificate signing request or CSR file,…
- Choosing a G Suite plan
- Setting up your domain
- Migrating data
- Choosing services
- Adding and removing users and groups
- Managing user access
- Configuring iOS and Android devices
- Working with reports
Skill Level Intermediate
1. G Suite Overview
2. G Suite Setup
3. Getting Started
4. User Management
5. Device Setup and Management
6. G Suite Reports
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