I need to be able to deploy iPhone apps without the user having to provide iTunes with an account and password. I have a itunes account but do not want the users to have knowledge of the password. I have looked through the Apple iPhone configurator but cannot determine a methed to accomplich this. Any help would be appreciated. 

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Not possible, K3000 require you set up a iTunes account in order to get the certificates to deploy via K3000.

Answered 06/06/2014 by: hjansari
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Excatly, This is all setup, I have a Apple account with all the required credentials and certificates in place. So why cant a profile be created that requires iTunes to query the KACE appliance for credentials when a user installs an App that was pushed by the KACE Appliance. Or have the credentails inserted in the push notification. All this is encrypted and I would only be pushing to devices I trust, so that is not a securtiy issue at all. In an enterprise enviroment with 100s of iPhones, I just can't imagine users having the Enterprise iTunes account login and password with Credit card info (required now to have a free account) attached just to install a free App. Despite what iTunes may think not everyone has a personal iTunes account. There has to be a method to istall Apps pushed by the Appliance without user intervention.

Answered 06/06/2014 by: Rigger718
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