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Device staging.


Hi,

Anybody has any idea about the device staging?

Can Afaria administrator enroll the device on behalf of user?

Suppose we have 100 enterprise devices and we want to distribute the devices to employees.

But what we want?

I want, when employee will get the device that time he will get configured device i mean he will get enrolled device.

Employee won't do anything no enrollment and nothing.

Administrator will do everything enrollment, Installation of client and configuration of device.

Anyon

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 07:34 AM

    Thanks

    Naveen Kumar Jain

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 09:46 AM

    Hi,

    Yes administrator can perform the enrollment of the device and handover the device to user .

    It depends on Client requirement.

    Scenario 1

    1 . If device owned by corporate administrator can enroll the device and later hand over to employee.

    Only concern will be if the Active directory or using self service portal is been used you need to input NT login id which is not possible for security reason. (Password sharing will be security concern).

    Afaria server without Active directory in environment will have no problem.

    BYOD environment will have concern may be user will be not comfortable to share the device with administrator .

    I will suggest you to work self service portal make a Step by step documentation process for enrollment and mail the document to all

    However its possible but the last call will be from your client .

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