Mac Thread, Ipads and apps in Schools in Technical; Sadly the rules for the USA and Canada are totally different to the UK...
25th April 2012, 10:16 AM #16
Sadly the rules for the USA and Canada are totally different to the UK
25th April 2012, 10:46 AM #17
Gah .. I'm in the same situ where I had (last year and only just got a Mac Mini server to help with it all) 25 iPad 1 thrust upon me by someone who thought it would be a good idea .. until I pointed out they could have waited a week or so and got iPad 2 instead ..
Originally Posted by glennda
Sometimes, as I'm sure everyone who works in Educational ICT is aware, people think they know better than the professional they pay to know better .. lol ..
25th April 2012, 05:54 PM #18
This isn't a regional restriction. Several other UK based techs have pointed this out in some of the other iPad discussions here.
Originally Posted by Achandler
The limitations are as follows:
5 computers authorized for iTunes content
10 devices sync'd to a single iCloud account
Unlimited iOS devices sync'd to a single iTunes account - this includes iPhones, iPods, iPads, and Apple TV's
Using a single master account you can synch all of your devices and apps. Yes it's a clear licensing violation, but until the VPP is available in your area, it's the simplest workaround.
Thanks to Destinova from:
SwedishChef (27th April 2012)
25th April 2012, 10:25 PM #19
...and it's also the official line on how to do it in this country (UK), direct from the mouths of the Apple Education/Business team at Meadowhall.
Yes it's a clear licensing violation, but until the VPP is available in your area, it's the simplest workaround
25th April 2012, 10:29 PM #20
Excellent. I'll be attending our local Apple Learning Tour tomorrow morning and hope to elicit the same from them. Really, until they make the VPP available, what else are we to do?
Originally Posted by Marci
25th April 2012, 10:37 PM #21
It all depends on how you deploy the devices, how much user responsibility there is and what range of tools you are using to deploy / manage / assign the devices. I've put up the first 2 posts about the Leadership Summit here and here but it is going to take quite a few posts to go through everything which was discussed ... but some of the delegates are aware of a number of workarounds ranging from gifting to designated AppleIDs to some other things ... but the lack of VPP and present limitations was appreciated by all present. I am not sure whether it has come up in this or another thread but instructions for creating a non-credit card account can be found at Creating an iTunes Store, App Store, iBookstore, and Mac App Store account without a credit card.
Originally Posted by Destinova
26th April 2012, 09:12 AM #22
So Apple can't come knocking on the door about any licensing violations in the UK?
Originally Posted by Marci
If you had a class set of iPads and only used free apps and sync’d to a single master iTunes account, I guess that would be fine but, if you were rolling out the pages app to 10's, or 100's of iPads I’m sure that Apple or any other App developer would want their money...
26th April 2012, 09:45 AM #23
What about this ? Meraki Systems Manager
Looks like it might do what you want.
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adhutton (1st May 2012), drewp (26th April 2012)
26th April 2012, 11:05 AM #24
I agree, I attended the latest round of RM seminar and it gave some valuable information on how to licence the apps correctly without lots of individual email addresses, however it did confirm that there isn't a way to deploy the paid for apps legally without gifting them and then starting the install on each iPad manually, which is down to the schools preference of whether you want the staff, student or ICT support to carry out.
Originally Posted by GrumbleDook
26th April 2012, 11:24 AM #25
Gah .. I suppose I should deliver the bad news to the SLT here .. Eik ..
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