Type the name of a file (including its extension and full path) that must be
present on the hard disk of the device. File names are not case-sensitive.
You can use environment variables (such as
%userprofile%), or wildcard characters (
You can optionally specify a File size or the date and time (GMT) the file
was Last modified. Both of these options use a comparison Operator; for
more information and examples, see Using Comparison Operators with Device Profile Attributes. The file’s modification date and time can be
specified as an Absolute or Relative value.
The device profile can be configured to validate file integrity using an
MD5 or SHA-1 hash (valid on all platforms), or use a Windows catalog file
to validate Windows system files.
Device profiles that check for the name of the file(s) used by jailbroken or
rooted devices include:
For jailbroken Apple iOS devices, the file name is
For rooted Android devices, the file names are
If creating a device profile for jailbroken iOS devices or rooted
Android devices, be sure to configure a denied EPC zone for each profile
and bind each of these zones to at least one community.
The files and directories must be accessible to the user logging in. If the file is not accessible to the user, the End Point Control evaluation will fail.