The Kandji team is excited to announce the addition of enrollment customization, as well as some updates to our API.
In case you missed it, we also recently released an updated script editor and new global variables.
Kandji has added support for enrollment customization. This new option in the Automated Device Enrollment Configuration Library item allows you to require users to authenticate with a Single Sign-On connection during automated device enrollment on a Mac, iPhone, or iPad.
Once a user authenticates, they can be automatically matched from your user directory and assigned to the device.
Note that you will need to have SSO enabled on your Kandji account in order to implement enrollment customization. For more information, see our knowledge base article.
The Kandji API has also been updated.
First, we are releasing 25 new endpoints to it (bringing the total to 29), enabling you to do things like programmatically update, lock, or shut down a device or delete a user.
Second, you now have more control over API tokens. You can configure, manage, and edit permissions, either when you create an API token or later. API access and changes to API tokens are now recorded to the API activity tab.
The Kandji API is included at no additional cost for customers in the 500-device tier and above; it’s available as an add-on for customers in lower tiers. See our pricing page for details; for more information, read our API knowledge base article.
With innovation and iteration at the core of everything we do, we’re constantly building solutions to give you more of what you need and improve upon features you already love. With Kandji, you can be confident that your Apple fleet is in safe and secure hands from deployment to retirement.