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As explained by Matt Vlasach, this feature is currently technically not possible with Apple iOS.
add in feature for control device to auto detect and connect strongest signal network0 votes
Hi Chun Yun Wong- Apple doesn’t allow us to do this so we can’t implement it. Sorry!
We are helping customers to set up their Iphone and Ipad so they can watch Norwegain TV while abroad.
We are using the service from http://OverPlay.net to do this.
To enable the service from OverPlay we need to change the nameservers in the WiFi settings.
I suggest that this features is implemented i future versions.1 vote
Hi Ulrich- Great request. Unfortunately, Apple doesn’t allow us to specify name servers. A possible workaround would be to either configure your customer’s DHCP servers to issue the desired name servers, or, to use the global proxy feature and configure the proxy to use the desired name servers. The latter will only work if the devices are in Apple supervised mode.
If neither of these solutions are acceptable, your best bet is to work with OverPlay.net and suggest that they build their service so that custom name servers are not required.
Sorry we can’t be of further help!
It would be good not only to block certain apps but have the ability to block others a certain times of the day/week eg. school hours, nights etc.5 votes
iOS does not allow for the ability to outright block apps.
Having GlobalProtect as a VPN option would be a great addition.0 votes
Apple does not currently have support for a GlobalProtect-specific VPN configuration payload. According to Palo Alto Networks’ site (https://www.paloguard.com/datasheets/globalprotect-ds.pdf), the underlying protocol used is IPsec/SSL. You may be able to configure your endpoints using the “IPsec” VPN option in SimpleMDM. We suggest contact Palo Alto Networks for further guidance on their suggested settings when configuring Apple devices to work with their VPN products using MDM.
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