Secure Mobile Access 100 10.2 Administration Guide

Device Management > Policies

Device policies are global and initially apply to each device register request. The device takes the policy’s defined action when matching policies. When unmatched, the device gets its status according to the option of the approved method. This can reduce the workload of administrator.

There are two types of device policies: Device Id and OS. The Device Id has a higher priority than OS by default.

There are also two Operators: Matches Regex and Equals String. Equals String is case sensitive. Equals String has priority to Matches Regex by default.

The Action option has three choices: Reject, Approve, and Pending. The device takes on the defined action when it matches the policies.

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