You can use the following system requirements for installing Device Manager.
- Microsoft Windows 2012 Server 64-bit Standard or Enterprise Edition
- Microsoft Windows 2008 Server R2 Standard or Enterprise Edition
Note: If you plan to use device certificate templates with Microsoft Certificate Services, the Windows server running the Active Directory Certificate Services must be running Microsoft Windows 2008 Server R2 SP1, Standard or Enterprise Edition.
If you plan to use the SharePoint access management feature, make sure your deployment meets the following minimum Windows 2008 requirements:
- Microsoft Windows 2008 Server R2 Standard or Enterprise Edition with Service Pack 1 or with fix KB976217 installed on the server.
- Microsoft Windows 2008 Server R2 with fix KB976217 installed on the server.
- Oracle Java SE 7 JDK (JDK Download Edition) update 11 and later.
- Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files 7.
If you are upgrading to Device Manager 8.0.1 from a previous version, you need to perform an upgrade to Java 7 from the previous version. See Upgrading Device Manager to Version 8.5
for more information.
The Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) is an officially released Standard Extension to the Java Platform. JCE provides a framework and implementation for encryption, key generation and key agreement, and Message Authentication Code (MAC) algorithms. For more information, see Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files 7 on the Oracle web site.
Oracle Java components all must be downloaded separately from the download web site. The JCE components must be installed in the JDK's Java Runtime Environment in order to properly support enrollment of iOS devices. Please follow the installation Read Me instructions that accompany the Java JCE download package Java SE Downloads
on the Oracle web site.
After you download and extract the JCE package, copy the files local_policy.jar and US_export_policy.jar to the <java-home>\jre\lib\security folder and overwrite the existing files.
- Physical or virtual Server host environment
- Intel Xeon 3Ghz or AMD Opteron-1.8Ghz server class
- 1 Gb RAM minimum (4 Gb RAM minimum recommended for 64-bit OS)
- 500 Mb free disk space minimum
Example of a recommended configuration for 1,500 mobile users:
- Dual-processor computer with Intel server architecture.
- A minimum of 2 GB RAM available for the application. 1 GB free disk space (without database).
Example of a recommended configuration for 10,000 mobile users:
- Dual quad-core processor computer with Intel server architecture
- 8 GB RAM available for the application. 1 GB free disk space, 5 GB for database
Device Manager Repository Database Requirements
The Device Manager Server repository requires a relational Database Management System (R-DBMS). The supported databases are:
- PostgreSQL v8.2 is the default RDBMS that is packaged and installed with Device Manager Server
- Microsoft SQL Server 2005, 2008 or 2008 R2, and 2012
Important: The server on which the database is installed requires NTFS partitions.
User Account Needed: For the database server, you will need to create a service account that has admin rights to SQL server, including the following access rights: Creator, Owner, and Read/Write permissions.
Windows Service Account Requirements
The Windows service accounts for the Device Manager Server and the database must be a Local Administrator of the computer on which the Device Manager Server is installed.
SharePoint Data Leak Prevention Requirements
XenMobile supports SharePoint Data Leak Prevention (DLP). To deploy SharePoint DLP in your environment, use the following guidelines:
- SharePoint 2010 or Office 365.
- Windows Server 2008 R2 - SharePoint 2010 with Service Pack 1 is required or install KB976217.
- Windows Server 2008 – Rest API calls will fail unless KB976217 is also installed.