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  • Make a request to WSO2, who is a registered EMM vendor with Apple, and get your certificate signed 
    When following this approach, carry out the steps mentioned under Obtaining the Signed CSR file. After submitting the CSR file, a WSO2 Account Manager will contact you in due course to evaluate your request. 

    • WSO2 only issues signed certificates to organizations who have successfully passed the evaluation process.
    • The signed certificate is only valid for a year. Once the certificate expires, you can renew it and as explained below:
      If you have subscribed to WSO2 to receive production support, raise a ticket to renew your expired certificate and the WSO2 team will get back to you with the renewed certificate.Once the certificate is renewed, you need to add the newly generated certificate under iOS platform configurations in the WSO2 EMM console as explained in step 5 of the iOS platform configuration guide.
  • Get your own certificate signed by Apple
    You can use this method, if you were not successful in the WSO2 CSR evaluation process or if you wish to get your certificate directly signed by Apple. When following this approach, initially, register your organization with the Apple Developer Enterprise Program. Thereafter, follow the steps mentioned in MDM Vendor CSR Signing Overview

    After getting your own certificate, send an email to [email protected] fill the Contact Us form, select IoT as the area of interest, and request for the P2 repository, which you need to configure WSO2 EMM for iOS. If you want to customize the WSO2 iOS agent application, you can find the source code here.