Contacts (CardDAV) device policy

You can add a device policy in Endpoint Management to add an iOS contacts (CardDAV) account to users’ iOS or macOS devices to enable them to synchronize contact data with any server that supports CardDAV.

To add or configure this policy, go to Configure > Device Policies. For more information, see Device policies.

iOS settings

  • Account description: Type an account description. This field is required.
  • Host name: Type the address of the CardDAV server. This field is required.
  • Port: Type the port on which to connect to the CardDAV server. This field is required. The default is 8443.
  • Principal URL: Type the base URL to the user’s calendar.
  • User name: Type the user’s logon name. This field is required.
  • Password: Type an optional user password.
  • Use SSL: Select whether to use a Secure Socket Layer connection to the CardDAV server. The default is On.

macOS settings

  • Account description: Type an account description. This field is required.
  • Host name: Type the address of the CardDAV server. This field is required.
  • Port: Type the port on which to connect to the CardDAV server. This field is required. The default is 8443.
  • Principal URL: Type the base URL to the user’s calendar.
  • User name: Type the user’s logon name. This field is required.
  • Password: Type an optional user password.
  • Use SSL: Select whether to use a Secure Socket Layer connection to the CardDAV server. The default is On.

Contacts (CardDAV) device policy

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