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Isaiah Grathen
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I looked through our profile editor, but also https://imazing.com/profile-editor iMazing has a free profile editor that is pretty amazing (pun intended) and I don't see anything in theirs either because if there was it could be imported. So I searched a little and found this: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/8649804 and realized maybe if I enable the Web Filter on iOS that it might block Private Browsing. 

The profile I made looks like the below image. It appears to work on my test iPad. It does require a device to be supervised so if you use DEP you should be good. 

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23 hours ago, Josh Levitsky said:

I looked through our profile editor, but also https://imazing.com/profile-editor iMazing has a free profile editor that is pretty amazing (pun intended) and I don't see anything in theirs either because if there was it could be imported. So I searched a little and found this: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/8649804 and realized maybe if I enable the Web Filter on iOS that it might block Private Browsing. 

The profile I made looks like the below image. It appears to work on my test iPad. It does require a device to be supervised so if you use DEP you should be good. 

image.png.5ebf6ca0001795dbd3cb51a103fa915c.png

 

Thank you for finding this and testing this out, Josh!

I can confirm that creating a profile with just the basic "limited adult content" Web Filter turned on allowed us to remove the private browser on our iPads!

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