Hexnode streamlines the deployment of Apple devices in bulk with Apple DEP. Users can now unbox brand-new corporate devices, managed from the very first power-on. Managed devices remain that way even if the user initiates a factory reset.
Google introduced Zero Touch Enrollment (ZTE) to simplify the deployment of Android devices in bulk. Hexnode’s integration with ZTE ensures that IT no longer has to configure all corporate devices manually.
Samsung devices built on the Knox platform can be effortlessly enrolled on Hexnode with Knox Mobile Enrollment (KME). Devices enrolled on Hexnode with KME will be re-enrolled even if the user initiates a factory reset.
Ensure complete control over a device by flashing a custom ROM, pre-configured with Hexnode, onto the Android device which lets the Hexnode app act as a system app, in effect granting the Hexnode application all permissions and privileges.
ROM based enrollment
ROM based enrollment
Hexnode helps streamline the enrollment workflow by supporting device onboarding using QR codes. The admin can either enroll devices in bulk by scanning the QR code from the Hexnode portal or let the user scan the QR code from the enrollment email.
Users can enroll their devices to Hexnode without a username or password, by just entering the portal URL. IT admins would no longer have to send user-specific emails detailing login credentials, thereby streamlining the enrollment process.
Email/SMS based enrollment is the go-to option to ensure the legitimacy of the user. Users will receive an email/SMS containing login credentials and only users who receive these details can enroll onto Hexnode. The email also includes details on the enrollment process; one less task for IT.
Configurator based enrollment can be used to push configuration profiles to Apple devices and requires the device to be connected to a Mac via USB. Using Apple configurator for enrollment can be ideal for organization that do not yet have a DEP account.
Active Directory based enrollment helps the enterprise make use of its existing directory network to enroll devices onto Hexnode. Manage multiple Active Directory domains from a single console and define restrictions based on pre-existing users and user groups.Know more
Along with syncing of Active Directory users and user groups, the enterprise can now let the user enroll devices to Hexnode using their own Azure AD credentials. IT can enforce policies and restrictions on devices based on the Azure AD user acounts, directly from Hexnode.Know more
IT can now use G Suite to enroll multiple devices to Android Enterprise directly from the Hexnode portal, which enhances the management capabilities of the enterprise. The enterprise can easily assign devices to its existing G Suite users.Know more