Configuring iOS Devices For Autonomous Single App Mode (ASAM)

eBackpack utilizes Autonomous Single App Mode (ASAM) to lock users into eBackpack and the specified assessment when a user is taking an assessment that is designed to "Use Single App Mode for taking assessment through the iOS App". For eBackpack to place a device into Autonomous Single App Mode (ASAM) the device must be Supervised and managed by either an Apple Configurator or an MDM which is configured to allow eBackpack to request Autonomous Single App Mode.
 
Supervised Mode.
 
Autonomous Single App Mode (ASAM) requires devices to be supervised. OS devices may designated as Supervised if they are enrolled in the Device Enrollment Program (DEP) or if they are prepared with Apple Configurator 2. 
 
Apple Configurator 2: You may find additional information about placing a device in supervised mode with Apple Configurator 2  here.
DEP: You may find additional information about placing a device in supervised mode through DEP here.
JAMF Casper:  Be sure you set-up our app to call single app mode - do not put our app in single app mode. There is a great resource to use here explaining how to set-up this type of capability. Our bundle ID is com.ebackpack.ebackpack
 
NOTE - you do not want to put our app in single app mode, but rather our app to call single app mode.
 
Allow Autonomous Single App Mode (ASAM)
 
Add a provision in your MDM profile allowing eBackpack (bundle ID: com.ebackpack.ebackpack) to enter Autonomous Single App Mode. Refer to your MDM's documentation for further instructions on how to do this.