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Managed deployment

Organizations can deploy WARP automatically to their fleet of devices in a single operation. The WARP client is compatible with the vast majority of managed deployment workflows, including mobility management solutions such as Intune or JAMF, or by executing an .msi file on desktop machines.

This page provides generic instructions for an automated deployment. If you want to deploy the WARP client manually, refer to the instructions for manual deployment.

​​ Prerequisites

Visit the Download page to review system requirements and download the installer for your operating system.

​​ Install WARP on Windows

The WARP Client for Windows allows for an automated install via tools like Intune, AD, or any script or management tool that can execute a .msi file.

To install the WARP client, run the following command:

msiexec /i "Cloudflare_WARP_Release-x64.msi" /qn ORGANIZATION="exampleorg" SUPPORT_URL="http://support.example.com"

Refer to deployment parameters for a description of each argument.

​​ Uninstall WARP

To uninstall the WARP client, run the following command:

msiexec /x Cloudflare_WARP_Release-x64.msi /quiet

​​ Update the configuration

The on-disk configuration of the Windows client can be changed at any time by modifying or replacing the contents of C:\ProgramData\Cloudflare\mdm.xml. The format of this file is as follows:

<dict>
<key>organization</key>
<string>yourorganization</string>
<key>onboarding</key>
<false/>
</dict>

Changes to this file are processed immediately by the WARP client.

​​ Install WARP on macOS

The Cloudflare WARP macOS client allows for an automated install via tools like Jamf, Intune, Kandji, or JumpCloud or any script or management tool that can place a com.cloudflare.warp.plist file in /Library/Managed Preferences on a supported macOS device. Additionally this plist can be wrapped in a .mobileconfig.

​​ Create plist file

  1. Download an example com.cloudflare.warp.plist file.

  2. Modify the file with your desired deployment arguments.

  3. If you want to manually place the file in /Library/Managed Preferences (rather than use a management tool), first convert the plist into binary format:

    1. Open a Terminal window.
    2. Run the following command:
      % plutil -convert binary1 com.cloudflare.warp.plist

​​ Create mobileconfig file

  1. Download an example .mobileconfig file.

  2. Run uuidgen from your macOS Terminal. This will generate a value for PayloadUUID, which you can use to replace the default value used for PayloadUUID.

  3. Modify the file with your desired deployment arguments.

​​ Install WARP on Linux

The WARP Client for Linux allows for an automated install via the presence of an mdm.xml file in /var/lib/cloudflare-warp.

The format of /var/lib/cloudflare-warp/mdm.xml is as follows:

<dict>
<key>organization</key>
<string>yourorganization</string>
</dict>

Refer to deployment parameters for a list of accepted arguments.

​​ Install WARP on iOS

The Cloudflare WARP iOS client, known in the App Store as 1.1.1.1: Faster Internet, allows for an automated install via tools like Jamf, Intune, or SimpleMDM.

To proceed with the installation, here is an example of the XML code you will need:

<dict>
<key>organization</key>
<string>yourorganization</string>
<key>auto_connect</key>
<integer>1</integer>
<key>switch_locked</key>
<false />
<key>service_mode</key>
<string>warp</string>
<key>support_url</key>
<string>https://support.example.com</string>
</dict>

Refer to deployment parameters for a description of each argument.

​​ Install WARP on Android

The Cloudflare WARP Android client (known in the Google Play store as 1.1.1.1: Faster & Safer Internet allows for an automated install via tools like Intune, Google Endpoint Manager, and others.

To proceed with the installation, here is an example of the XML code you will need:

<key>organization</key>
<string>yourorganization</string>
<key>enable</key>
<true />
<key>gateway_unique_id</key>
<string>your_gateway_doh_subdomain</string>
<key>service_mode</key>
<string>warp</string>
<key>support_url</key>
<string>https://support.example.com</string>

Refer to deployment parameters for a description of each value.