MaaS360 DEP enrollment customization use case
For iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 devices, Apple announces a new capability called DEP workflow customization. This feature allows enterprises to use their own web interfaces to customize their business needs for a number of use cases. With this customization, enterprises can now define their own user interface during device boot up.
How the Apple DEP customization works with the MaaS360 DEP enrollment
With Apple extending the support of DEP customization, MaaS360® now enhances two-factor authentication and SAML-based authentication to authenticate users during DEP device enrollment. This customization is supported on iOS 13, and macOS 10.15 and later devices. The DEP customization allows you to view more web user interfaces for user authentication during DEP enrollment. MaaS360 provides a new user interface that is based on the type of user authentication method that you selected in the device enrolllment settings. For more information about two-factor authentication and SAML-based authentication, see Enrolling DEP devices using two-factor authentication and Enrolling DEP devices using SAML-based authentication.
MaaS360 also enhanced the Corporate Usage Policy (CUP) for DEP device enrollment on iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 devices. Use this policy to customize the EULA policy (Acceptance Usage Policy) that you want users to view and accept during DEP device enrollment. For more information, see Applying the Corporate Usage Policy to DEP devices. This customization provides a unified enrollment experience, where the user authentication method during device enrollment is unified across all device platforms (Android, iOS, macOS, Windows). This unified enrollment also includes DEP devices for iOS 13 and macOS 10.15.