This article describes Miradore Online's software distribution features that are part of the Enterprise subscription.
If you're interested in installing software remotely, consider upgrading your site to Enterprise Plan. See more in How to upgrade subscription for more information.
Application deployment features for different device platforms
The following table sums up the software deployment features for the supported device platforms. Read more from under the table.
|Install||Yes (*1)||Yes (*2)||Yes||-|
|Installed applications inventory||Yes||Yes||Yes||-|
|Paid applications||Yes||Yes (*3)||Yes (*3)||-|
|Force automatic install with business policies||Yes||Yes||Yes||-|
|Silent install||-||Yes (*4)
|Installed applications inventory||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Force automatic install with business policies||Yes||Yes||-||Yes (*7)|
|Silent install||Yes (*7)||Yes (*4)||-||Yes|
(*1) User must be signed in to the Google Play store.
(*2) User must be signed in or is prompted to login to the Apple App Store.
(*3) Paid applications should be licensed through Apple Business Manager (previously known as Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP))
(*4) For supervised iOS devices applications can be forced and installed quietly in the background without user interaction.
(*5) Unknown sources must be accepted as valid applications from Android device settings.
(*6) It is possible to uninstall applications that were installed to the Windows 10 device by Miradore's built-in MDM profile. Only apps added through the Add > MSI application wizard are of this type.
(*7) It is possible to use business policies to automate the installation of applications that were added to Miradore Online through the Add > MSI application wizard. This is only supported for Windows 10 devices which can be managed using the built-in MDM profile.
(*8) Samsung for Enterprise (SAFE) / KNOX must be enabled on the device.
Deploy apps remotely from Google Play to managed Android devices. Paid applications are also supported, but the device user(s) must purchase the application prior to installation. In order to be able to remotely install a store application, it must be available in Google Play, the user must be signed in to Google Play with his/her account, and accept the installation. The installations cannot be forced to a device nor can the applications be installed quietly in the background.
Another application type for Android devices is the Android Application Package (APK) download. Applications are installed by uploading the APK file to Miradore Online or by defining an URL where the APK is downloaded from.
See more about Android application management in How to install applications to Android devices
With Miradore, you can deploy in-house applications or selected apps from the consumer App Store or Apple Business/School Manager (for organizations) to your iOS devices.
Note that developing and deploying in-house applications require the iOS Developer Enterprise Program.
You can deploy apps from the consumer App Store or Apple Business/School Manager (for organizations). In addition, you can also deploy in-house applications.
Read more from How to install apps to iOS devices.
Purchase licenses for macOS applications through Apple Business/School Manager and take care of the license assignments and software deployments easily with Miradore. Miradore Online supports application deployment for macOS 10.7 or newer devices.
Learn more from How to deploy apps to macOS devices
Miradore Online Enterprise subscribers can deploy software and apps to Windows 7, 8, and 10 computers that are enrolled in Miradore Online and have the Miradore Online Client installed.
For more, see How to deploy apps and scripts to Windows devices
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