So what constitutes an API call Strictly speaking every operation which communicates with Twitter is an API call, what we really need to know is which API calls have an impact on the 100 calls limit. The simplest way to think about this is every call to the Twitter API which requests data will count towards your limit. So when TweetDeck updates the All Tweets, Replies or Direct Messages columns this would count as 1 call each as would viewing a twitterers profile (this actually costs two calls, one for the profile itself and one for the archive of their sent tweets).
Android profiles ensure proper use of devices and protection of sensitive data. Profiles serve many different purposes, from letting you enforce corporate rules and procedures to tailoring and preparing Android devices for how they are used.
When deploying profiles there are two Android profile types: Android and Android (Legacy). Select the Android profile option if you have completed the Android EMM Registration. If you have opted out of the EMM registration, then the Android (Legacy) profiles are available. When you select Android but have not walked through the Android EMM Registration, an error message displays prompting you to go to the settings page to complete EMM registration or proceed to Android (Legacy) profile deployment.
There are times when more than one profile needs to be implemented for various reasons. When duplicate profiles are deployed, the most restrictive policy takes priority. Therefore, if two profiles are installed, and one says to block camera and another says to allow camera, Intelligent Hub for Android combines the profiles and blocks the camera to choose the more secure option.
In the Workspace ONE UEM console, you follow the same navigation path for each profile. The Preview section shows you Total Assigned Devices with a list view. You can see the added profiles on the Summary tab.
Once the passcode profile settings are established, the UEM console notifiies the user through persistent notification to update the passcode settings when a passcode reaches minimum passcode age or passcode required change. Users are unable to use Intelligent Hub until they set up the passcode as required in the profile. On Samsung devices, the user is locked into lockscreen setup wizard until they set a passcode meeting the passcode policy requirements. For Work Managed devices, users are unable to use the device. For Work Profile and COPE devices, users are unable to access work apps.
The Lockscreen Overlay option in the passcode profiles gives you the ability to overlay information over the screen lock image to provide information to the end user or anyone who may find a locked device. Lockscreen Overlay is a part of the Passcode profile.
The Lockscreen Overlay settings for Android profiles on only displays when the OEM Settings field is toggled to Turn ond and Samsung is selected from the Select OEM field. The OEM settings field in the General profile only applies to Android profiles and not Android (Legacy) configurations.
The Restrictions profile displays tags that indicate if the selected restriction applies towards the Work Profile, Work Managed Device or both, however, that for Work Profile devices these only affect the Android badged apps. For example, when configuring restrictions for the Work Profile you can disable access to the work Camera. This only affects the Android badged camera and not the users personal camera.
Each payload has settings for associating the certificate authority defined in the Credentials payload. Credentials profiles deploy corporate certificates for user authentication to managed devices. The settings in this profile vary depending on the device ownership type. The Credentials profile applies towards the Work Profile and Work Managed Device mode types.
Credentials profiles deploy corporate certificates for user authentication to managed devices. The settings in this profile will vary depending on the device ownership type. The Credentials profile will apply towards the Work Profile and Work Managed Device mode types.
Use the drop-down menu to select either Upload or Defined Certificate Authority for the Credential Source. The remaining profile options are source-dependent. If you select Upload, you must enter a Credential Name and upload a new certificate. If you select Defined Certificate Authority, you must choose a predefined Certificate Authority and Template.
The Application Control profile allows you to control approved applications and prevent uninstalling important apps. While the compliance engine can send alerts and takes administrative actions when a user installs or uninstalls certain applications, Application Control prevents users from even making those changes.
Only apps approved by the admin will display in the Play Store when the application control profile is configured. For example, you can automatically push the browser of your choice to the device as a managed app and add it to the required apps Application Group. This setup combined with enabling the Prevent Un-Installation of Required Apps option in the Application Control profile prevents uninstalling the browser and any other required apps configured in the Application Group.
Proxy settings are configured to ensure that all the HTTP and HTTPS network traffic is passed only through it. This ensures data security since all the personal and corporate data will be filtered through the Proxy Settings profile.
The Wi-Fi profile can be useful for end users who travel to various office locations that have their own unique wireless networks or for automatically configuring devices to connect to the appropriate wireless network while in an office.
When pushing a Wi-Fi profile to devices running Android 6.0+, if a user already has their device connected to a Wi-Fi network through a manual setup; the Wi-Fi configuration cannot be changed by Workspace ONE UEM. For example, if the Wi-Fi password has been changed and you push the updated profile to enrolled devices, some users have to update their device with the new password manually.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) provides devices with a secure and encrypted tunnel to access internal resources such as email, files, and content. VPN profiles Turn on each device to function as if it were connected through the on-site network.
Select Per-App VPN Rules to Turn on the ability to associate the VPN profile to the desired applications. For Workspace ONE Tunnel client, this selection is Turn ond by default. After the checkbox is Turn ond, this profile is available for selection under the App Tunneling profiles dropdown in the application assignment page.
If Per-App VPN rules are Turn ond as an update to an existing VPN profile, the devices/applications that were previously using the VPN connection are affected. The VPN connection that was previously routing all apps traffic are disconnected and VPN only applies to applications associated with the updated profile.
The Workspace ONE UEM console provides the admin the ability to view a list of all the permissions that an application is using and set the default action at run time of the app. The Permissions profile is available on Android 6.0+ devices using Work Managed device and Work Profile mode.
Lock Task Mode allows an app to pin itself to the foreground which allows for a single purpose such as kiosk mode. The app mupport Lock Task Mode and is added through the Apps & Books setting to show in Whitelisted Apps. The app developer configures the lock task setting during app development and the Lock Task profile settings lets you configure the permissions and settings.
Note: For more information on supported applications, see the link in the Lock Task Mode profile in the Workspace ONE UEMconsole which directs you to the Google Developer site for specifics.
Consider applying these policies and restrictions to ensure the best experience and maintenance for your single-purpose using lock task mode policies. These recommendations are useful if you are deploying a Lock Task Mode profile for devices in kiosk and digital signage use cases where an end user is not associated with the device.
You can configure Android 6.0 Marshmallow and later devices as corporate-owned, single-use (COSU) mode. COSU mode allows you to configure devices for a single purpose such as kiosk mode by whitelisting supported internal and public applications. COSU mode is supported for Single App mode, Multi App Mode, and Template Mode. For more information on deploying Workspace ONE Launcher profile in COSU mode, see the Workspace ONE Launcher publication.
The Firewall profile only displays for Android profiles when the OEM Settings field is Turn ond and Samsung is selected from the Select OEM field. The OEM Settings field in the General profile only applies to Android profiles and not Android (Legacy) configurations.
The Enterprise Factory Reset Protection profile uses a Google user ID which allows you to override the Google account after a factory reset to assign the device to another user. To get this Google user ID, visit People:get.
This Google User ID allows you to reset the device without the original Google account. Obtain your Google userID using the People:get API to configure the profile. Before you begin, you must get your Google user ID from the People:get website.
The Zebra MX profile allows you take advantage of the additional capabilities offered with the Zebra MX service app on Android devices. The Zebra MX Service app can be pushed from Google Play and from My Workspace ONE distributed it as an internal app in the Workspace ONE UEM console in conjunction with this profile. 1e1e36bf2d