MDM Server Settings

Once configured the enrollment URL will be presented at the top and a Green checkbox will show if the MDM server is functioning. A red x will show if the MDM server is offline



This is the name of your organization; this will appear on the enrollment screen

Host Name

This is the DNS name or Internet facing IP address where the Mobile Devices can communicate to from anywhere in the world.

- You will need to create a firewall rule forwarding the SSL Port # to the server running Management Utilities on your LAN

If you wish to manage mobile devices that are not located on the same network as the server running Management Utilities you can point them to the Internet facing static IP address.

In order for devices to be managed from anywhere you will need use the DNS name you've created with an A Record for routing back to your Public IP. A firewall rule will then forward the assigned port to the server.

Port # / SSL Port #

These are the port numbers that must be available for the mobile devices to be able to access the MDM Server, they are not to be in use by other web server applications and they cannot be the same port number used for browsing to the Management Utilities.

Enter the MDM Server Information and press Save

The example below shows how we use port 18055 and the DNS name so our mobile devices can be managed anywhere - the router will forward https traffic on port 18055 to the server's IP address on the internal LAN

Once Saved the Server Status will be shown at the top and the MDM SLL Certificate Details will be shown below

To test the MDM Server Click on the Server URL presented at the top of the screen next to the status

This will now open up the MDM Server enrollment page – This is the URL you will use to enroll the iOS devices that are not part of the Apple DEP program.

If you do not see this page please check the network routing for the host name and port number selected on the MDM Server settings