The Addigy NoMAD integration has been deprecated and is no longer supported. For connecting your macOS devices to an identity provider, please see Addigy Identity.


Let's begin by Navigating to the Support -> Integrations page in the Addigy portal.

Next, Let’s select the NoMAD Integration from the list of our various integrations. 

Once the NoMAD integration is enabled you’ll unlock an integration panel at the policy level. Let’s navigate to the Policies page, select your preferred policy, and select the Integrations subheading. 

From here, Click Enable NoMAD and configure the settings for your NoMAD Login Window. 

If you decide to go with AD, you’ll have one add in:

  • AD Domain: This is the domain for your Active Directory service.

  • EULA: End User License Agreement Information

  • Admin Groups: AD groups that contain admin users

Block Setup Assistant while NoMAD is getting configured: This option is available for both configurations. This options holds the device on the DEP Setup screen until the login window is fully installed. This way you can create a seamless experience for your end-users.

Once this is configured, Save Changes to your configuration and deploy your policy!

Congratulations! Now your users can have a simple, streamlined setup process for their device, straight out of the box. For additional questions and concerns, please reach out to Addigy Support (

If you have an Addigy account and have additional questions, you can create a ticket by emailing

Alternatively, you can submit a support request within Addigy.