Can anyone tell me where I can get an installer for Apple’s Configurator v1.7.2? I just bought an iPad Pro 12.9” running iOS 103. One of the things I need to be able to do on it is send and receive encrypted mail. There are no encryption settings in iOS for iPad Pro, but Mail app for iPod says that I can add encrypt/decrypt functionality by creating a profile that contains my encryption keys. So far so good. As it turns out, the only way to create a profile for the iPad is to use Apple’s Configurator app, a utility that’s a free download from the App Store. That’s where it fails. The App Store offers only Configurator 2, which has a minimum system requirement of macOS 10.12.2. My Mac Pro is currently running Yosemite 10.10.5, and I’m in the middle of a big project that won’t complete until December 2017...six months from now. I'd like to be able to use my iPad to read my encrypted mail before then. Switching systems in the middle of a project is a prescription for massively disrupted workflow. I have hundreds of apps and plugins, and I already know that some of them don’t work in Sierra. This is just the wrong time to jump ahead from OS X 10.10 to macOS 10.12. I can’t configure my iPad without Configurator, and the App Store won’t let me download a Yosemite-compatible version...even though Yosemite is still a supported system. Apparently, the last version of Configurator that worked with Yosemite (as far as I know) was v1.7.2. I’ve searched the web for a legacy download, but all the software update sites I’ve checked ultimately lead back to the App Store. Can anyone tell me where I can get a legacy version of Configurator? Thanks!