Secure Mobile Access 12.4 Administration Guide

Creating or Editing a WorkPlace Layout

To create a new WorkPlace layout

  1. In the AMC, navigate to User Access > WorkPlace.

  2. Click the Appearance tab.

  3. In the Layouts section, choose an existing style to base your new one on (select its checkbox, and then click Copy icon), or click the + (New) icon.

  4. In the Name field, type a unique name for the WorkPlace layout.

  5. (Optional) In the Description field, type a descriptive comment about the layout.

  6. In the Initial content area, select a layout for your current WorkPlace content (any shortcuts and shortcut groups that you’ve defined), or choose to set up an initial structure for your content and add WorkPlace resources later. No matter how you decide to lay out your initial content, you can change it later by adding, removing, or rearranging pages and page content.
  7. In the Page navigation area, specify the kind of navigation controls that will be displayed if your content requires more than one page.
  8. Specify whether the Intranet Address field will be displayed when this layout is used. It gives users access to resources by typing a resource name (a UNC path, URL, or both). Click Next.
  9. Click the Edit page properties link to change the basic properties of this WorkPlace page: its name (for example, Home) and a short description.
  10. Use the page, column, and shortcut controls to add pages, content, and rearrange the elements on each page. Rearranging items in a layout or deleting them from a layout does not affect the resource itself, just its appearance in WorkPlace.
  11. Click Next to move to the Device Preview page. This page allows you to see how your layout will appear on different types of devices with different display capabilities. On a mobile device, for example, the Intranet Address field cannot be displayed, even if it is configured to be part of a layout.

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