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Zero-Touch Enrollment and Configuration
The best way to set up and deploy devices
The Casper Suite integrates with Apple’s Device Enrollment Program (DEP) and Apple School Manager to automatically enroll and configure new devices without requiring hands-on support from IT. Go from new-in-box to ready-to-use without time-consuming imaging and manual configuration.
For a more hands-on approach, the Casper Suite includes tools to build modular or monolithic images for your Macs and deploy them over the network, or completely wipe the drive and start with a fresh image. You decide.
Leverage Apple’s free software deployment tool, Apple Configurator, with the Casper Suite to prepare and enroll iOS devices.
Build OS X packages and images with ease
With the Casper Suite, you can build custom software packages or OS X images with a simple point-and-click interface. In either .pkg or .dmg formats, the Casper Suite creates reusable and deployable packages. Sign packages for frictionless deployment without security warnings. Use these packages in a custom image or push them to your Macs.
With software deployment tools, distribute resources and content to Mac, iPad, and iPhone from the App Store or third-party software vendors to an individual or group. This can be done silently, pushed on demand, or published to the Casper Suite Self Service app catalog.
App Licensing & Deployment
Purchasing and license management for apps and content
The Casper Suite integrates with Apple’s Volume Purchase Program (VPP) and Apple School Manager to license and deploy apps from the App Store. Assign apps to users or devices (without the need for an Apple ID) and re-assign licenses as needs change. Or deploy apps from the B2B App Store to meet your organization’s unique needs.
Add Mac to your Active Directory service via the built-in Directory Utility. Automate this process with the Casper Suite's software deployment tools and create a policy to join all Macs on your network to Active Directory—leveraging a common authentication service across your organization.
Give users choice without sacrificing security
Implement a successful Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program and secure personal iOS and Android devices. Provide access to corporate resources, while still protecting user privacy. Allow users to self-enroll their personal devices on demand, easing the burden on your IT staff.