Apple TV Support
I would like to see support for managing Apple TV devices.
Can you tell us more about what you need to control on Apple TV devices? Are you talking about devices in conference rooms, or are you using them for kiosks?
Matt Cooper commented
We have Lawyers who use Apple TV's to project Ipad's in courtroom situations. We are currently using JAMF, But would like this abilty in Intune, as well
Robert Carden commented
I'd like to be able to manage Apple TV's via Intune as well, specifically to deploy WiFi profiles.
We use them as digital display devices in the hallways of our schools. We set restrictions to prevent students from using airplay to connect to them, etc.
Elliot Smith commented
+1 for this request. We currently run another MDM just because intune cannot manage apple TVs.
We use apple TV's in classrooms and meeting/conference rooms.
Would like to see it so we lessen the amount of mobile device management tools our company uses
Would like as well.
Would be great for deploying kiosk mode, iOS updates, and general management.
Joel Gonzalez commented
We would also like the ability to manage TVOS devices - from the single interface to manage devices, to locking them down, ability to update them, push apps, create profiles, enable/disable features, etc.
We are considering switching to Intune to manage iOS. Since Intune does not manage AppleTV, it is disqualified as a potential MDM solution. Our current MDM provider supports AppleTV. Use cases: conference rooms, kiosks, and ambient TVs.
Any update here?
I would like to have it for configuration and pushing of apps.
We have somewhere around 500-1000 apple tvs, basically one in almost every classroom. Speeding up provisioning as well as being to centrally manage and restart the tv's would be extremely helpful. Right now on site technicians are using Apple configurator, but that locks management to one device. Our MDM has even fewer capabilities.
David McCreath commented
We have around 100 AppleTvs on one site in classrooms and would love to be able to do the following;
- have them in Intune for asset listing
- manage the AppleTVs to prevent them updating their OS (and prevent them asking if the end user wants to update)
- force them to update at an appropriate time
- manage any certificates
Hugo Arevalo commented
We use Apple TVs in conference rooms. Single App Mode and all of our Apple devices come with DEP. That includes iPhones, iPads, macOS and Apple TV.
Being able to push applications from VPP, Single App Mode, push wifi profiles, and set Conference Room Display settings is what we do on AirWatch now. Trying to do same on InTune.
Bin Liu commented
We have Apple DEP enabled on all Apple product, without the DEP profile for tvOS, we are stuck with this error when try to setup manually. : The configuration for your Apple TV could not be downloaded from "company name". Invalid Profile.
If setup with device, we got the following error:
Unable to set up. This Apple TV is remotely managed and unable to start setup.
Yes, this is for demo purpose in the conference. To connect to iOS devices to cast screen.
I would like to see installed apps, os level and device information.
Would love to see the ability to manage Apple TV devices and push VPP apps. Use case deployment of Apple TV devices into meeting rooms with a single app mode app to restrict the device to single app.
George Budnar commented
Hello, I see that there was no answer here. So is there any support for Apple TV management from Intune? What can be managed from Intune?
Ryan Westbrook commented
We also need it in an EDU environment to force a standard home screen layout profile that blocks the previews on the default view that are sometimes inappropriate for a classroom.
In SCCM / Intune Hybrid i can configure an "inactive" DEP profile and get an Apple TV through the configuration. After we migrated to Intune only, they stuck in DEP enrollment with "cant load configuration profile". I have to enroll that devices!
M Finney commented
H! Our interest in managing Apple TV devices is strictly in the kiosk role. To that end, what advice or thoughts can you offer?