Can you turn off updates on Apple Configurator 2?

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ljf0021

Joined: Oct 21, 2015
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After supervising device in the "prepare" in old configurator, you could click never update device under supervise. Do they have anything close to it. All I found in Help (Update Devices) was all supervised devices are automatically updated. Updates seem to cause problems with our ad-hoc apps.

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macxcool

Joined: Oct 20, 2015

It looks like you control that

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The way I see it, you make Blueprints for Updating Apps and Updating iOS. If you don't run those tasks on the iPads, they won't get updated.
You can apply everything else to your devices like Apps, Profiles, Wallpapers, etc. without triggering an Update.

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