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How do Schools/Businesses track iDevices

Posted on 2012-09-19
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Last Modified: 2012-09-24
I'm getting ready to configured over 100+ iPads at a High School and the question came up how to track down an iPad if stolen.

I've tried to find some stuff on google but I'm not able to find anything solid.

I was wondering how other schools or companies handle this situation when doing large scale deployments of iDevices.

Any advise is appreciated!
Question by:TonyL82PR
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Hamidreza Vakilian earned 900 total points
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The best solution is to use Find iPhone application. I direct you to some useful articles for more information about this:
How To Use Find My iPhone To Get Your Stolen iPhone Back

4 Ways to Find a Stolen or Lost iPhone

If the device is jailbroken you can try Tracesaver from cydia:

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