The Apple iPhone Configuration Utility, or usually abbreviated to iPCU, is a small and lightweight tool used to create configuration profile, encrypt them, or install them; these configuration profiles are used to store settings that are unique to your iOS device. The iPhone Configuration Utility will always only work on the latest released iOS and its releases are synchronized with the release of the iPhone Configuration Utility application. Among its configuration capabilities, it can also track provisioning profiles and authorized apps for your device, and even provide the user with miscellaneous and various device information. It can also allow the user to create a Microsoft Outlook message directly with a configuration profile attached, and even assign names and email addresses and other contact information to the devices you’ve configured using this utility.
The iPhone Configuration Utility only runs on a computer with Mac OS X Snow Leopard or later, and Windows XP SP3 and up. For Windows computers, you may need to install a .NET Framework Service Pack 1, if they are not installed yet (true for all Windows platforms from XP SP3 to Windows 7), and works on both 32-bit and 64-bit editions.
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