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Details on identifying compatible devices for iOS 14 and macOS 11 (Big Sur).

macOSiOS
Custom Field, returns a boolean: True or FalseAn Inventory Query to list incompatible devices


Example query view:

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Ingredients

iOS

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  • Administrator Application Token (base 64)
  • FW Admin Inventory Query
↓iOS Compatible↓iOS Incompatible


macOS

  • macOS - Custom Field exported file


Directions

macOS

  • Download the Custom Field exported file
  • From the Admin console, open: Assistants > Custom Fields
  • Choose Import
  • After importing, select desired value for Assigned to all devices
  • Save

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Info

May be assigned to all devices, since Windows script is configured to return: False


iOS

Requires the creation of an Inventory Query configured as below:Image Removedof Inventory Queries.  Two queries are available, one listing incompatible devices and one listing compatible devices.  To upload the queries involves using the RESTful API.

Obtain the Administrator Application Token (base 64), then use the following format to upload each Inventory Query to the server.  For example:

  • Token(base 64): eaIaY2Q2MjAkLTVmMzItMGU3AC1kYTcyLTU1NLc4NzNlNDc0An0=
  • Server Address: mdm.filewave.ch
  • File: ios14_compatible.json


Code Block
titleRESTful API POST
curl -s -k -H "Authorization: eaIaY2Q2MjAkLTVmMzItMGU3AC1kYTcyLTU1NLc4NzNlNDc0An0=" https://mdm.filewave.ch:20445/inv/api/v1/query/ --header "Content-Type: application/json" -X POST -d @ios14_compatible.json




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