We are having troubles pushing profile or app updates to devices. It seems that anything that uses push notification from our Meraki MDM networks fails right now. We even tried using a hotspot that is not managed as a part of our corporate network. This also fails.
On the Organization -> MDM settings, the certificate does not expire until January 2019 and the "Test Certificates" passes.
We also have some Meraki access points, and the network administrator has been making a few changes today. Though I cannot imagine why anything he did would have impacted even our use of the unfiltered hotspot. Could I be wrong? Is there something he could have done that would have broken the use of push notification to update the iOS devices? As I mentioned, even trying to use an independent hotspot also failed.
Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated. Currently we cannot even add a new iOS device to our MDM networks as only the initial certificate is installed but all the restrictions, profiles and apps that are pushed through Apple's push notifications fail.
Same issue here - can enrol devices, but no updates are being pushed.
MDM certificate screen is showing (for some users, not all of us) 'Dashboard is having trouble sending notifications using this certificate'
Certificate was due to expire in 14 days, so I have updated it today but this has made no difference.
I have the same problem, I suspect its a system wide issue.
I have been trying to build out a few iPads since about 4 Mountain Time they enroll and don't do anything (push profiles, apps, etc). Looks like there is an outage, I am assuming anyways.
There was a similar issue about 2 weeks ago for almost 2 days. I am in the middle of moving 4000 ipads into Meraki over the summer and this is really starting to get annoying.
That's bad... Hope they get it sorted soon as 4000 iPads is no joke.
We were setting up Apple School with ASM but can't do anything now.
I noticed the same thing start sometime early yesterday and is still occurring today. I opened a case with support to check on it and haven't heard anything there either. It's sad they won't just report that there is a problem or something even on here, in the case, or their blog. At least somewhere so it's not as much of a question of whats going on as I spent hours removing a profile, reinstalling it, new cert since that was a possible problem according to the management console even though it was a renewed certificate as of about 2 weeks ago. Of course, none of this fixed it and I ended up just removing the Systems Management for now.
Just posted in another thread then saw this one..
I'm having the same issue, I've had to wipe 4 iPads and updated them to 11.4.1 in the process.
DEP settings are being received with the Meraki profiles being installed. After that once i get to the main screen i get nothing.
All apps and device settings assigned fail to install, also the information in Meraki is incorrect for the device, it still thinks it's on 11.0.3 with 67% battery when it's not.
I've tried everything from deleting the device, clearing all tags, removing DEP settings...nothing seems to work....
I have also noticed that most of my active devices haven't been seen since 17/07/2018 which was yesterday.
Also since apps won't deploy to freshly wiped iPads the System Manager app is also missing..
Here is the latest info from support at this time...
At this time development teams are working on the issue. Once support has more details we will provide next steps.
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It looks like we are also having this issue. It appears that as of early in July, all was working well, and then sometime between July 6th, as the last time I had to manually manage an item, to today when a few issues were brought to my attention, something happened.
I saw a message when I was running updates today on a few iOS devices, that I couldn't get accurate info in the Meraki Device listing for the devices. (Location was wrong/missing, even though the App was giving green checks across the board and the Web console said it was updated within minutes) and it would not send any commands to the iOS devices.
I attempted a test by removing one device as a test, clearing the MDM profile, and re-adding it as if a brand new iOS Device. During this process, I found a message that Meraki was "experiencing issues with the Push Certificate with Apple" and asked for it to be updated. (only 4 months in since we updated all the certificates, so it wasn't expired) So I re-downloaded the tokens/certs from Apple and uploaded to Meraki, and continued with re-provisioning of test iOS device.
Once completed, as usual, it added the profile, but it appears that the SM App is never pushed to the iOS device automatically, as it always has and is instructed to do. Finding this Odd, and after a 2nd test where the exact same result happened of the SM app never being pushed out, I attempted to manually download the SM app from the App Store associated with the main Apple ID account.
Once downloaded it asked to be associated with the Meraki ID, so once provisioned in this manner, it appeared to be connected with green check marks down the line, but Meraki showed the device as "iOS Device" with iOS 11 (and not either the iOS 11.2.5 or the iOS 11.4 as they did previously)
From what it appears, from one of the latter messages (at the time of my posting) it appears Meraki's message just indicates that they are "working on it" and that we should just sit tight, am I correct?
Thank you again for this thread, as it is reassuring that I am not the only one experiencing this issue. Fingers crossed for a speedy resolve.
I just heard from Meraki support and they said
"I apologize for the delay in responding to you. There is a problem with the backend communication between Meraki and Apple devices. I will update you as soon as the issue is resolved."
Getting the same problem here. Opened a support ticket and they are aware of an Apple Push Notification (APN) problem at Apple. It started yesterday afternoon for us.
While the case I opened with Meraki has no update, I noticed first thing when I showed up for work this morning is that the two sample devices I had left connected overnight now have the profiles and apps that I had been trying to push down to them. Even I haven't heard confirmation from Meraki that things are working again, this is still pleasant sight today. I will be testing with one of our stores this morning to confirm, and if that is as successful as the two samples at my desk then I will be passing those instructions on to several stores so we can get the updated profiles applied as needed.
Same as all of you, nothing is pushing out. I re-enrolled an iPad through DEP and the profile comes down, but nothing comes down. I thought our firewall was blocking the APNS.
It appears that our connections have returned back to before. As devices are responding to notifications. Will continue to monitor this for any other quirks or signs of issues, but it appears to be fixed, for us, once again.