Profile is divided into two sections:

  • Profiles

  • DEP Profiles




In this overview, you can see all profile that have been created. This overview does not show DEP profiles. Clicking on a profile's name will show you that profile. There are a few other things you can do in this overview. In the column on the right are the following options:


  • Settings—Does the same as click on the name of a profile. (Navigates to the profile settings)

  • Download—Downloads the profile to your device.

  • Pencil—Shows profile details. Edit the name, scope and description of your profile here. You can also add a time restriction to your profile here

  • Duplicate—Duplicates the profile

  • Remove—Deletes the profile from Jamf School Management System

For more information on how to create a new profile, see Creating and Distributing Profiles.

Profile Details


On the details overview you can see what scopes are assigned to the profile, you can also add a time restriction here. You can also change the name and description of the profile here.

Note: The days and hours you select are the times this profile installs.

Profile Settings


This is where every setting within a profile is configured. The following is a list of things you can configure:

General settings:

  • General—Profile name, description and removal policy

    Note: The removal policy does not affect devices running iOS 8 or later.

  • Wi-Fi—Here you can configure your Wi-Fi networks for a profile.

  • Passcode—Possibility to enforce a certain passcode policy

  • Web Clips—Create and manage Web Clips

    Note: When you enforce a layout configuration, configured Web Clips are pushed to the back.

  • Certificates—Upload certificates for your profile here

  • Restrictions—List of options that you can allow/restrict on devices with this profile installed

iOS settings:

  • Restrictions—List of things you can allow/restrict on iOS devices

  • Exchange—Configure an exchange server

  • Mail—Configure a mail server

  • Google account—Configure one or more Google accounts for the profile

    Note: You will be prompted on the device to enter your password.

  • Contacts—Define settings for connecting to CardDAV servers

  • Calendars—Define settings for connecting to CalDAV servers

  • Subscribed Calendars—Define settings for calendar subscriptions

  • AirPrint—Define settings for connecting to AirPrint servers

  • AirPlay—Settings for connecting to AirPlay

  • Domains—Define settings for domains (Unmarked E-mail Domains, Managed Safari Web Domains, Autofill Passwords)

iOS (Supervised only) settings:

  • Lock-screen message—Configure what message is shown on the lock-screen (Possibility to use payload variables)

  • Web Content filter—Configure which URLs can be accessed by the device

  • Single App Mode—Configure which App the device should be locked to

  • Wallpaper—Configure a background image for the lock-screen or homescreen

  • Layout—Configure the layout of a device

  • Notifications—Select a managed or built in app or search one in the App Store to set notification settings in advance

  • Whitelist and Blacklist—Configure what apps will be blacklisted or whitelisted

  • Global HTTP Proxy—Use this to configure settings for a proxy server through which all HTTP traffic from the device will pass

  • DNS proxy—Use this to configure settings for a proxy server through which all DNS requests from the device will pass

macOS settings:

  • Security and Privacy—Use this to configure Security and Privacy settings for macOS

  • Directory—Use this section to bind your macOS computers to Open Directory, Active Directory or another LDAP compatible directory

  • Active Directory Certificate—Use this section to define settings for Active Directory Certificates

  • Kernel Extensions Loading—Use this section to determine which Kernel Extensions are allowed to run. This requires macOS 10.13.2 or earlier and User Approved MDM Enrollment.

  • Firewall—Use this setting to configure firewall settings for macOS

  • FileVault—Use this section to specify settings for disk encryption using FileVault 2. Available in macOS 10.9 or later.

  • Identification—Use this to configure the device identification

  • Login Items—Specify settings for the behavior and appearance of the login window

  • Login Window—Specify settings for the behavior and appearance of the login window

  • Software update—Define settings for Software Updates

  • Parental controls—Define settings for Parental Controls

  • Finder—Configure settings for the Finder

  • Mobility—Define settings for Mobility and Portable Home Directories

  • Dock—Configure settings for the Dock

  • Accessibility—Configure accessibility settings

  • Proxies—Configure Proxies

  • Setup assistant—Configure settings for the Setup Assistant

  • System Migration—System Migration occurs when items are transferred to a macOS device from a Windows device by reading source and destination path pairs

  • Autonomous Single App—Use this section to grant Autonomous Single App Mode capabilities for specific applications. (macOS 10.13.4 or later)

  • Content Caching—Use this section to configure Content Caching

tvOS settings:

  • Single App Mode—Configure Single App Mode for your AppleTV

  • Conference Room Display—Use this to activate Conference Room Display

  • AirPlay Security—Use this to lock AppleTV devices to a particular style of AirPlay security

tvOS (Supervised only) settings:

  • Whitelist and Blacklist—Configure Whitelist and Blacklist settings

  • Layout—Configure the Layout of your AppleTV

DEP Profiles



In this overview you can see all the DEP profiles created in your environment, you can also create new profiles here to enroll on DEP devices. For more information on how to create a DEP profile, see Configuring an Automated Device Enrollment Profile for iOS, macOS, and tvOS.

DEP Profile Details


Clicking on a DEP profile will show you the settings for this profile. You can also make changes and delete the DEP profile here.

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