This guide describes how to configure Microsoft Intune MDM Airprint integration of Apple devices with SAFEQ Cloud.

1. Pre-requisites/requirements for customer:

  • Azure Intune & Active Directory Premium subscriptions
  • iOS/macOS BYOD/corporate user devices enrolled on Microsoft Intune

2. Configuration and deployment steps

Please follow below step -
i. Setup and assign Airprint profiles for iOS and macOS devices in Microsoft Intune
ii. Verify configuration on Apple user devices

Intune will silently configure SAFEQ Cloud PC Client software on all workstations when the next sync happens.
Now refer below guidelines to configure and deploy SAFEQ Cloud PC Client software.

2.1. Setup and assign Airprint profiles for iOS and macOS devices in Microsoft Intune

  • Login to Azure portal
  • Go to Device Configuration > Profiles page in Intune to create separate profiles for iOS and macOS devices
  • Create profile separately for iOS and macOS devices as required

    1 – Type in suitable profile name
    2 – Choose iOS or macOS from drop-down
    3 – Choose ‘Device Feature’ as profile type
    4 – Hit ‘Configure’ settings
    5 – Hit ‘Airprint’ settings
    6 – Add SAFEQ Cloud mobile gateway host IP address
    7 – Add resource path to relevant printer in the following format – ipp/# where # is port number as shown on SAFEQ Cloud web UI Input Ports section for the configured ports.

    8 – Leave it as ‘Default’
    9 – Choose ‘Enable’ from dropdown
    10 – Click on ‘Add’ button
    11, 12, 13 – Click on ‘OK’, ‘OK’ and ‘Create’ buttons respectively to create new profile
  • Go to Device Configuration > Profiles page in Intune and choose newly created profile from previous step to assign it to relevant users/groups
  • Choose ‘Selected Groups’ from ‘Assign to’ dropdown and select relevant groups for assignment. Other options available are – ‘All Users and All Devices’, ‘All Devices’ and ‘All Users’

2.2. Verify Airprint profile is available onto pushed user iOS device

  • In your iOS device go to Settings > General > Device Management
  • Open Management Profile of the user and go to More Details page
  • Scroll down and open Airprint profile and verify that the pushed configurations are as per profile setup done in Step 2.1
  • Once everything is in place, you should be able to access available printers from the configured SAFEQ Cloud Mobile Gateway


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