You can automatically provision devices so you do not need to pair each one manually.  This is very useful when managing devices at scale and is likely the only practical way to handle anything more than several dozen devices.   All of our apps support provisioning but use different mechanism to provision.

ChromeOS

You provision ChromeOS using Google device management.  Please see our ChromeOS deployment guide for more information. 

Windows 10

You can provision Windows 10 applications by using a provision switch in the command line before launching the app.  See our Windows 10 deployment guide for more information.

MacOS

Provisioning on MacOS can be carried out using the terminal. See our MacOS provisioning guide for more information.

Linux

Provisioning our Linux Snap can be done by using the terminal. See our Linux Deployment Guide for more information.

Android

You can provision your Android or Android TV device by using a USB key. See our Android Deployment Guide for more information.

Progressive Web Application

Our progressive web application supports defining specific URLs that automatically provision any browser that clicks on the link.  See our Progressive Web Application deployment guide for more information.

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