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Apple posts iPhone Configuration Utility 3.4 for enterprise

updated 03:00 am EDT, Thu October 13, 2011

Creates, manages configuration profiles, more

Along with yesterday's release of iOS 5, Apple has also updated the enterprise-level tool iPhone Configuration Utility to version 3.4 for Mac and Windows, which allows users to create, install and manage configuration profiles, small XML files that contain encrypted device settings such as Exchange account into, certificates and VPN configuration information that allows iOS devices to work with enterprise systems and servers, among other abilities.

For Mac, OS X 10.6 is required and the update's file size is 14.43MB. For Windows, XP SP3 or later along with .NET 3.5 SP1 is needed, with the file size being 40.45MB. Both updates are available in German, English, French, Chinese, Spanish, Italian and Dutch. For more information on the iPhone Configuration Utility, users can visit Apple's enterprise support page.




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  1. cashxx

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Can set proxy now

    Yaay can set proxy for wireless now!!

  1. juzhax

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Now using the newer version already...

    Now using the newer version already...

    http://www.justin.my/2012/01/where-to-download-iphone-configuration-utility/

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