Is it possible to configure the ICG connection settings while inside the corporate LAN (connections would normally go straight to UMS)? We want to configure the ICG so when a device is shipped to a remote user, it will automatically see the configured ICG and connect to it when the end user receives and powers on the device.
Hi Connor, yes, this feature should be covered here: kb.igel.com/igelicg-2.02/en/moving-an-endpoint-device-to-an-icg-37285231.html
Thanks Sebastien. Unfortunately many of our devices are not on IGEL version 11, so this wouldn’t be an option for the majority of our cases. Without performing this step, devices wouldn’t be able to “connect” to ICG within the LAN?
On OS10 the only way would be to create a script like this:
which would enable an ICG autoenrollment, I guess.
@member this solution should also work for you – look at my post –> igelcommunity.slack.com/archives/C8FC0D6U9/p1612962419053900, But the crpyted variable makes me some headache.
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