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I know that in order to receive a push notification, an iOS app must register with the APN service, where it will receive this token, which it will then forward to the server that needs to send push notifications to the app.

But, when it comes to MDM push notifications, we don't have an app running on the device. Therefore, when the device is about to enroll with the MDM server, it send the server its token. My question is, where / how or at which point does it receive this token ?

I am trying to send an MDM push notification, but I keep receiving an error from the APN service about the token being invalid.

Please let me know your thoughts on this.

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closed as off topic by CajunLuke, daviesgeek, Gerry, Mark, Stu Wilson Oct 24 '12 at 20:37

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This question seems like a better fit for Stack Overflow, as it covers topics related to writing an iOS app. –  CajunLuke Oct 24 '12 at 18:48
    
@CajunLuke no this is not about writing code. It is rather about understanding where an iOS device receives its device token. –  Heshan Perera Oct 25 '12 at 3:56
    
No, it's not about writing code per se, but it is about writing an app; specifically, it's about the ancillary stuff (in this case, push notifications). This belongs on Stack Overflow because they're all about programming. Programming is not just code; it's all that ancillary stuff that makes your code work properly, too. –  CajunLuke Oct 25 '12 at 13:58
    
At any rate, now that the question's been closed, you're not going to get any answers here (not that you were all that likely to before), so I recommend visiting Stack Overflow and asking again there. –  CajunLuke Oct 25 '12 at 13:59

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