Apple have just released the new configuration utilities for the new iPhones. As I covered a few weeks ago, these will allow enterprises to develop specific configuration files for iPhones within their infrastructures. It’s a very welcome move, like many businesses I’ve certainly seen a number of business requests for iPhones and the prospect of managing another platform could have been quite daunting.
Each of these tools will allow you to create xml configuration files that can be either emailed to the devices or opened from the web browser. The Configuration Utility 1.0 however can also track and install provisioning profiles and authorized applications, and capture device information including console logs.