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    Apple MDM and PAsscode

    Is it possiable to turn off the requirement to have a passcode on ipads ios7

    I have configured ipads in mdm and final got it send apps out to devices with help from guides on here but the passcode could be a problem.

    I do not have passcode payloads configured but I still getting asked to set passcode.

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    You can't automatically skip the setup steps as far as i know so you'll always get asked to set a passcode.
    You can slip it manually though.
    Good this mashes sense.

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    You can use Apple Configurator (in the Setup section - see pic) to skip this process - works together with MDM.
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