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Pretty much any MDM can enable / monitor gatekeeper status. If you want inexpensive, you can use Server.app for $20 and go up from there. Apple Remote Desktop also lets you automate things. Heck, you could set up ssh keys and use that to run spctl by script. spctl --status The manual page shows you how to enable and disable gatekeeper with spctl as well ...


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If you have no tools to manage scripts, you'll want to look into something like JumpCloud or OS X Server or Apple Remote Desktop. Deleting users is quite trivial to script. Adding them back in is a little more tricky as they need to be created with proper settings and passwords. dscl . -list /Users The above command will list out all the users, so you ...


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Apple allows end users to remove any MDM profiles that could be seen as Malware if you didn't agree to enroll the device in the first place. Apple ensures pretty well that a company cannot push these settings to any device except ones they strictly own. If you enroll a BYOD iPad into their MDM - you are prompted to agree to enroll the device and you can ...


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Mobile Device Management software can be installed by a company and is often part of an arrangement to allow work-related information on the device (such as work email or applications). They are specifically designed to prevent someone to remove the policy - once the device comes back online, typically the policy will reattach itself and/or you will receive ...



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