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XenMobile options device policy

You add a XenMobile options policy to configure Secure Hub behavior when connecting to XenMobile from Android and Windows Mobile/CE devices.

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

Android settings

Image of Device Policies configuration screen

  • Traybar notification - hide traybar icon: Select whether the traybar icon is hidden or visible. The default is Off.
  • Connection: time-out(s): Type the length of time in seconds that a connection can be idle before the connection times out. The default is 20 seconds.
  • Keep-alive interval(s): Type the length of time in seconds to keep a connection open. The default is 120 seconds.
  • Prompt the user before allowing remote control: Select whether to prompt the user before allowing remote support control. The default is Off.
  • Before a file transfer: In the list, click whether to warn the user about a file transfer or whether to ask the user for permission. Available values: Do not warn the user, Warn the user, and Ask for user permission. The default is Do not warn the user.

Windows Mobile/CE settings

Image of Device Policies configuration screen

  • Device agent configuration
    • XenMobile backup configuration: In the list, click an option for backing up the XenMobile configuration on the users’ devices. The default is Disabled. Available options are:
      • Disabled
      • At first connection after XenMobile installation
      • At first connection after each device reboot
    • Connect to the office network
    • Connect to the Internet network
    • Connect to the built-in office network: When set to On, XenMobile automatically detects the network.
    • Connect to the built-in Internet network: When set to On, XenMobile automatically detects the network.
    • Traybar notification - hide traybar icon: Select whether the traybar icon is hidden or visible. The default is Off.
    • Connection time-out(s): Type the length of time in seconds that a connection can be idle before the connection times out. The default is 20 seconds.
    • Keep-alive interval(s): Type the length of time in seconds to keep a connection open. The default is 120 seconds.
  • Remote support
    • Prompt the user before allowing remote control: Select whether to prompt the user before allowing remote support control. The default is Off.
    • Before a file transfer: In the list, click whether to warn the user about a file transfer or whether to ask the user for permission. Available values: Do not warn the user, Warn the user, and Ask for user permission. The default is Do not warn the user.

XenMobile options device policy