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Managing Advanced Settings

Remember back in the “ Setting a Passcode” section that I said some things that fall into the “If I have to ask, the answer is probably No” category? The Advanced settings in the iPCU are the perfect example. Here you change your devices’ cellular connection settings. Apple says it in the iPCU settings themselves, and I’ll repeat it here: These settings should only be managed by trained professionals. If you mess these up, your users won’t have an iPhone or an iPad with 3G features any more. They have an iPod Touch. The iPod Touch is a neat bit of kit, but not if you need to make a call or use the cellular network to get work done. Unless you have a clear need to change these settings and know exactly what you are doing and why you are doing it, stay away from these settings like they were a swarm of rabid wolverines.

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