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    Adding new client to Mountain Lion Server

    Hi All,

    Do you have to add the mac server domain in manually and then also enrol the client to the server via servername/mydevices in order to control it? just dont remember this process before with old mac server

    Many thanks

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    Yup, and you also have to check that every port/firewall exception is done before you attempt this.

    Here, we wanted to navigate to the devices using our FQDN/mydevices, but of course, were on the LEA Filtering Proxy. So they had to handle some DNS for us for the sodding iPads to actually work with the FQDN. If i was going to do iPad deployment for the first time, I would go with Meraki.



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