iPads are controlled by a restrictions profile installed on the iPads via Air-watch. Each school has a separate profile that can be edited by the school’s iPad Keeper(s).
A/ Not Allowed
- Installing Apps: Restricted Mode for Public iOS Applications set via Setting/Apps/Catalog/App Restrictions
- In-app purchases
- Removing Apps
- Changing Account Settings
- Enabling/modifying Restrictions
- Access to iTunes store
- Access to iBooks store
- Access to Game Center
- Multi-player Gaming
- Auto-fill in Safari
- Modifying Find my Friends Settings
- Accessing Explicit Content
- Erase content and settings under General=>Reset
- Control Center on lock screen
- Today View on Lock Screen
- Notifications view on Lock Screen
- Viewing Movies and TV shows through Videos app
- Accessing iTunes media flagged as Explicit
- Profanity Filter in Siri
C/ Scenarios Where Changing Restrictions May be Necessary
- Installing Apps: “Restricted Mode for Public iOS Applications” should be turned off. Go to Setting/Apps/Catalog/App Restrictions and un-check the box. Save. Remember to re-enable after App installs are done.
- Restoring in-app purchases may be necessary from time to time. Un-check the setting in the Restrictions Profile, Save and Publish the profile.
- Deleting Apps may be done on individual iPads. Un-check the setting in the Restrictions Profile. Save and Publish the profile. Delete apps and then re-enable the restriction in the same way.