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blacklisting on ios

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    Will blacklisting apps on ipad keep apps from being able to be used if they’re already downloaded or will it just prevent apps from being downloaded?

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    Grace Baker
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    Hey, Thanks for reaching out to us.

    When an already installed app in a supervised device is blacklisted, the app will disappear from the device. If the user tries to download the blacklisted app to a supervised device, the app will get downloaded but will disappear once the download is completed. Thus, the user will have no chance to use the blacklisted app.
    On a non-supervised device, blacklisting the apps will not hide the app from the device. The device will be marked as non-compliant, but the users won’t be blocked from accessing the apps.

    Kindly use help link to know more about blacklisting on iOS devices.

    Grace Baker
    Hexnode MDM

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