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    SimpleMDM responded

    Admin configuration permissions are now more granular, allowing for configuration of just profiles, devices, enrollments, or other aspects of SimpleMDM.

    This ticket will remain open as some of the requests related to permission scoped to individual devices or device groups.

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    Mac Justice commented  · 

    More granularity for the "Device Actions" permission would be appreciated.

    For example, if I'd like to have multiple tiered helpdesk roles, I'd like a Tier 1 user to be able to refresh inventory, or push assigned apps, but not be able to lock or wipe the device.

    Also, since we do not have on-prem Macs there isn't much use for the Remote Desktop features, so I'd like to be able to hide those to avoid any confusion or misuse.

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