Answered By: Ken Fujiuchi Last Updated: Sep 20, 2016 Views: 419
Before we begin, please make sure that you requested to be enrolled in the BYOD service. You will need to submit an online form before you can enroll your device.
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Once you send us a request we will send you instructions on getting started with BYOD.
- Tap on the App Store icon.
- Search for the app "AirWatch", and look for the AirWatch Agent.
- Tap the "Get" button next to the app listing. Wait for the button to change to "INSTALL", and click the button again. This should begin the download and installation of the AirWatch Agent on your device.
- Look for the AirWatch Agent app and tap it to start.
- You should see a Welcome message, and an option to choose an authentication method. Please choose Email Address for the authentication method.
- Enter your Buffalo State email address (email@example.com) and tap the "Next" in the top right corner.
- Next enter your Buffalo State username and password. You will need to prefix your username with "bsclogon\" and then your username.
Password: enter your password
- Next you will need to enable device management. tap the "Redirect & Enable" button toward the bottom of the screen.
- You will see an option to install a profile. Please tap the "Install" on the top right corner.
- It may ask to enter the passcode for your device, if you have that enabled.
- It will prompt you to install again, and you can tap the "Install" button.
- You will see one last warning page, that explains that our system may need some personal information to use the apps that we manage through the system. When you are ready, tap the install in the top right corner.
- One final prompt to tap on "Trust" for the profile that is being installed.
- On the final page, you should see a "Done" in the top right corner that will take you back to the AirWatch Agent App.
- You should now see an "Authentication Complete" message and you can tap "Done" in the top right corner.
- You should now see messages for permission to allow "Notifications" We recommend allowing us notifications, so that you will receive any messages and updates about the BYOD service.
- Is this a service that RITE offers (at least, is this a service that is offered anymore)? If not, this article should probably be removed. If so, you may want to fix the "Link goes here" line.
- The library currently offers this service through our equipment loan service. We have a few courses that have been using this on a regular basis, and just completed a semester with a music education course this Spring semester. This documentation was just updated in 2016 to reflect the new iOS 9 process in enrolling in AirWatch.