using meraki for ios devices - University of Southern California

using meraki for ios devices - University of Southern California
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USING MERAKI FOR IOS DEVICES
USER’S GUIDE
APRIL 2015
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Meraki for iOS Devices.............................................................................................................. 3
Contact Dornsife Technology Services ................................................................................... 12
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MERAKI FOR IOS DEVICES
Meraki System Manager for iOS devices is an application that provides Information
Technology specialists and departments with the ability to manage hundreds of tablets and
other mobile devices, simultaneously. What does that mean? Simply put, Meraki System
Manager for iOS devices allows your IT department to deliver software updates, patches,
and security policies to all computers that are connected to the network, simultaneously.
Meraki System Manager for iOS devices requires very little interaction from a user
perspective. Meraki System Manager for iOS devices is installed on your system and delivers
the system updates, as needed.
You will need to download the Meraki System Manager for iOS devices from the Apple App
store, and then enroll in the service. The steps to complete the download and enrollment,
are below.
1. Open your browser and navigate to http://m.meraki.com. The Meraki System
Manager website displays.
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2. You will be prompted for your Network ID. Enter 065-075-3665 in the appropriate
field and press Register.
The Meraki SM Setup page displays.
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3. You will be prompted for your login credentials. Enter your USC NetID in the Username
field. Your USC NetID is the portion of your email address that appears before the @
symbol. For example, if your USC email address were jdoe@usc.edu, your USC NetID would
be jdoe. In the Password field, enter your Dornsife password. This is the password with
which you log into your Dornsife-managed computer.
Enter your login credentials and then select the Login button.
The Meraki profile begins to install.
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4. Select Install, located on the right side of the screen.
The installation continues.
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5. Meraki confirms that you want to install the profile before it continues the
installation process. Select the Install button to continue.
The installation process continues.
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6. Before the installation can proceed to the next step, you will be prompted to enter
your lock code. Enter your security lock code. If you do not have a lock code, skip to
the next step.
The Mobile Device Management screen displays.
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7. The Mobile Device Management screen displays a message regarding the actions
that DTS staff will be able to take, as a result of installing the profile. DTS will only
use the profile to send updates to your device or erase the device if you report it lost
or stolen. Select Install, located at the top of the screen.
The profile installation completes.
8. The Meraki MDM application begins to download to your iOS device. You will
receive a confirmation message before the application installs. Select the Install
option.
The installation continues.
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9. The Meraki MDM application installs. An icon, similar to the following, appears on
your iOS device.
10. Tap the Meraki MDM icon to open the application.
The application begins the configuration process.
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11. You will be prompted to accept or deny push notifications from the Meraki MDM
application. Push notifications provide a way for system alerts and lost device
messages to be sent to your iOS device. Select the OK option.
The next configuration option is displayed.
12. Meraki MDM will prompt you to allow location services to run in the background
process on your device. This provides the ability to locate the device, if lost. Select
the Allow option.
The setup and installation processes are now complete. Your device will now receive policy
updates and licensed applications from DTS.
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CONTACT DORNSIFE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
Campus Office:
825 Bloom Walk, ACB 530
Los Angeles, CA 90089-1486
Technical Support: 213-740-2775
E-mail: ts@dornsife.usc.edu
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