While ClassHub works best with supervised iPads, certain environments (such as BYOD) may not allow for supervision of the iPads. If you choose to use unsupervised iPads, here are the functionality restrictions in ClassHub.
App Lock is an MDM that requires the device to be supervised. Unsupervised devices will fail to lock without an error when you attempt to lock an application.
Device Lock depends on the App Lock MDM that requires the device to be supervised. Unsupervised devices will fail to lock and students can leave the ClassHub application even though the "Device Lock" screen is displayed.
Unsupervised devices can be asked to install applications, however the student will be prompted to allow the application to install. If the application is already installed, the student will be prompted to allow the app installation to become "managed" which may clear and/or manage the data they already have stored in that application.
Removing an application that is not a managed application will fail silently on a device. Install the app again to manage it and after the student accepts, you can then remove it.
An unsupervised device can be asked to Start Mirroring automatically however the Stop Mirroring command will silently fail. Manually disconnect this device from Reflector 2 to end mirroring.
Screen Peek utilizes supervised MDM commands to ensure the ClassHub app always remains up and running in the background of a device. If a student force closes the ClassHub app, ClassHub may stop Screen Peeking for that device after a few minutes. Teachers will need to request that the student launch the ClassHub app manually to return Screen Peek capabilities.