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Who is using MacBook Air's in their Enterprise (100+ users) and what do you use to lock them down?

Posted on 2013-06-18
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I'm looking for a solutions that let's me lock down our MacBook Air laptops so the users cannot, for example, disable or modify screensaver settings. The built-in security features on the Mac make me laugh, you silly little computer. Thanks!
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We use an Mac Server to do this. ML on our Mac Pro and server app on it.
With profilemanager we push profiles to our Macs + iOS devices to lock them down the way we want it.
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