Overview of the Library section of Kandji
The Library inside your Kandji account is where you can curate, create, and select items that can be added to Blueprints.
Library Interface Overview
- Clicking the Library item filter will allow you to filter your view to see all sections or a single section of the Library.
- Clicking on a device type will filter all results by the selected platform.
- Use the Search menu to search the Library for a specific item.
- Click Add New at the top right of the Library to add a new Library item.
The Library can contain the following types of items:
App Store Apps
Apps from the macOS and iOS App Store are available to be added to Kandji. When you add licenses to Kandji from within Apple Business Manger, that app will show as available in this section.
You can see which device type the app is made for at the bottom of the app, or you can sort by device type at the top of the Library page. You can also initiate a sync with your Apple Business Manager account by clicking Sync Now next to the App Store Apps header.
Click here to learn more about Apple Business Manager Apps and Books support within Kandji.
Auto Apps are pre-packaged, hosted, and automatically patched according to your chosen enforcement policy. All Kandji Auto Apps that you've added to your Library are displayed in the Auto Apps section.
This displayed configured profiles, by device, of which screens are skipped during Auto-Enrolled Setup Assistant.
All Custom Apps that you've uploaded to Kandji will be located in your here. Custom apps can be added through installer package (PKG or MPKG), disk image (DMG), or ZIP file.
Click here to learn more about Custom Apps.
All Custom Printers that have been added will be located in your library here. Install and setup printers and printer drivers using the Kandji agent. Choose to have the agent continuously enforce printers to verify their settings. Unmatched settings will be remediated automatically.
All Custom Scripts that have been created will be located in your library here. Run any type of script supported by macOS. Choose to run once per device or continuously, and add an optional remediation script that can be run when needed. If you do not specify a shell or interpreter, scripts will run in shell (/bin/sh).
All Profiles that have been created will be located in your Library here. Available profiles include: