||Useful device properties
you can use as triggers for automated actions:
- Jailbroken or
Rooted. If users jailbreak their device, you can set an action to
notify the user and if the user does not undo the jailbreak in a given amount
of time, selectively wipe the device.
- Out Of
Compliance. If a device is put into a state of being out of
compliance, you can block that device from the SMG (and thus corporate email)
and notify the user.
compliant. If this trigger's condition is false, then you can set
the device to Out Of Compliance or selectively wipe the device.
Breach. If the device leaves the geo-perimeter defined in an iOS
geo-fencing policy, this condition can set and used to notify the user, wipe
the device, and so on.
- Many more: Look in the
Automated Actions dialog to view all user properties.
||Useful user properties you
can use as triggers for automated actions:
- Active Directory failed
login attempts. If an Active Directory user attempts to log in more
times that allowed, you can notify the user that they will have to wait a
certain time period before they can try to log in again.
||This trigger allows you to
specify whether or not an app is installed on a device, by name, and then set
an appropriate action such as notify or set the device as out of compliance.
||The following system events
can be used as triggers in automated actions:
- Secure Mobile Gateway
block. A user's device has been blocked by the Secure Mobile
Gateway and the device lost access to your organization's email.
unmanaged. The device lost its ability to connect to and
communicate with (and thus be managed by) the Device Manager server.
jailbroken. A user broke the iOS user agreement and warranty in
order to install unauthorized software.
- Device not blacklist or
whitelist app compliant. A user's device breaks an app blacklist or
whitelist policy, you can choose an action to perform.
- Device revoked.
The device has lost ability to connect to the Device Manager server.
- Device international
roaming. A user's device is roaming internationally.
- Device domestic
roaming. A user's device is roaming domestically.
- Location perimter
breach. A user's device has gone outside of a defined perimeter.
- Location services
disabled. The location services on a user's device is disabled.
- Active Directory
disabled. If you disable a user's Active Directory account, such as
when an employee leaves a company.