Device Manager leverages NitroDesk's TouchDown technology to enable you to push Exchange email configurations and security policies on Android devices using the ActiveSync protocol. It provides device administrator the ability to install TouchDown software on Android devices, configure device email settings, and apply corporate security policies to Android devices managed by Device Manager. Before you configure policies, do the following prerequisites:
Obtain a license. Contact XenMobile and provide them with your ActiveSync URL to get an encrypted license. For example, the ActiveSync URL for XenMobile is webmail.xenmobile.com. NitroDesk will provide the following information for licensing :
Once you have obtained your TouchDown license, you will need to add that license key to any Android TouchDown policies you create in Device Manager.
If you want to test TouchDown before purchasing a license, when you
install the Touchdown application on the device, a one-month free trial license is included. With this trial license you can
still send down the Touchdown policies and settings from the
server running XenMobile. The only difference between the paid and free
license is that when using the free trial license the mail sync is
manual, so the user must initiate the sync to receive email on the
device. When using the full paid license, all mail will
automatically sync to the device.