Apple has released macOS Server 5.7.1 with enhancements for Profile Manager, including configuring an Apple Business Manager account, installing App Store apps for tvOS, and configuring a variety of new restrictions, payloads, and commands. For macOS, the update’s added payload setting restrictions include allowances for proximity-based password sharing requests, password autofill, and software update installation for non-admin users. On the iOS side, Profile Manager now allows USB restricted mode, managed Contacts accounts to write to unmanaged accounts, and the capability to disable an eSIM on supervised devices.
macOS Server now requires macOS 10.14 Mojave. Note that Apple no longer bundles open-source services such as Calendar Server, Contacts Server, Mail Server, DNS, DHCP, VPN Server, and Websites with macOS Server—see“Apple to Deprecate Many macOS Server Services,” 26 January 2018. Apple has provided a migration guide for moving to open-source alternatives. ($19.99 new, free update, 106 MB, release notes, 10.14+)