We are starting to roll out Maas360 through Verizon at our company. I have everything setup correctly i think as per this youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQlm7gksshE&feature=youtu.be
The Apple DEP is working and my devices show up in the Maas360 Portal after registering them in the Apple Business Portal. I have one security policy setup that should lock the phone down for public use. I want to remove all app's but for a select few Apple ones and then add 3-4 apps from the App Store like Verizon Push to Talk and Google Maps.
I have a policy setup that locks the phone down and i see in settings that MaaS360 is installed and the restrictions are in place. When i start the phone and activate it the Remote Management screen comes up and configures the device, allows me to set the passcode and AppleID and then releases to the home screen when it downloads the MaaS360 app.
One thing i have noticed off the bat is i don't have to put the passcode in during setup (It should be enforced) and if i do not the phone shows in the portal as not having a passcode but the MaaS360 is not enforcing it or requesting one to be setup.
The other more pressing issue is its not downloading the additional apps that i have specified in the policy and added to the app catalog. It also does not download the app MaaS360 catalog app to allow me to manually install them and since the Apple App Store is restricted i have no way of adding the apps. Has anyone seen this behavior before? Maybe im missing something in the initial configuration or in the policy that is effecting the roll out, any help would be greatly appreciated.