Parallels strives to guarantee that organizations managing their Mac® devices with Parallels® Mac Management for Microsoft® SCCM will always enjoy up-to-date support for today’s and all future versions of macOS®. Check our version history—with each new macOS, major new features have been added to Parallels Mac Management, making the admins’ job easier und enhancing client safety in their organization.
Zero-day support for macOS releases
Even before Apple® rolls out a new major release of macOS, Parallels Mac Management is prepared. This can be seen with Parallels Mac Management 7.1 for macOS 10.14 Mojave, or with Parallels Mac Management 6.1 and macOS 10.13 High Sierra one year earlier. It’s always current—and not only in relation to macOS updates. Updates also cover any changes in Microsoft SCCM. Admins can be quite sure that all changes both in macOS and SCCM will already be covered by Parallels Mac Management when they’re released.
New features for Parallels Mac Management
Major new features have recently been added with version 7 of Parallels Mac Management, including native support for FileVault® 2 and web-based administration. The latter enables managing clients located outside of the corporate network. Version 6 featured remote wipe, maintenance windows, and software metering as major innovations. Support for the Apple Device Enrollment Program (DEP) came with Parallels Mac Management 5, as well as significantly improved administration tools.
All this shows: Parallels Mac Management is a plug-in for SCCM specializing in Mac, and as such is more agile than SCCM itself. You, the user, can rest assured that you will always be receiving the best possible support for the Mac clients in your organization.
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