Sccm For Mac

Unified Endpoint Management of Windows, Mac, iPhone and iPad in Microsoft SCCM


Sccm Client For Mac

  • SCCM only supports the App model when working with Mac’s and therefore it prompts the user to perform the installation. That being said, I used the DCM features and some creative shell scripting to be able to perform a silent install.
  • Parallels Mac Management for Microsoft SCCM extends Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager with the ability to manage Mac computers and Apple mobile devices. For companies that already use Microsoft SCCM to manage Windows computers in their organization, Parallels Mac.

A couple of days ago Microsoft released a new Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 and R2 clients that support the new version 10.10 of Mac OS X. Together with a hotfix (KB3013398) for Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 and R2 you will be all set to support your updated Mac OS X clients.


Enroll and manage Mac endpoints the same way you manage Windows PCs. With added support for managing Apple mobile devices, you need no other solutions or infrastructure to manage all these devices in Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

Full Lifecycle Management of Mac Endpoints

SCCM administrators don’t have to learn much about macOS to manage it—our solution extends the existing SCCM processes and skills. Manage Mac computers and their software discovery, distribution, updates and inventory just like PCs.

Apple Mobile Device Management (MDM)

Enroll iOS and iPad devices in SCCM and secure them with the help of Configuration Profiles without having to use any additional solution for managing mobile devices only. Leverage familiar workflow in the Configuration Manager for creating iOS inventory reports.

Sccm Client For Mac

Streamlined Processes and Improved Workflow

Without the right tools, Apple computers and mobile devices take up a disproportionate amount of IT support time compared to Windows PCs. Optimize IT resources by administering your entire fleet of devices and applications in a centralized manner.

Security Challenges: Integrating Apple Computers into Windows Environments

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