If you need to make changes, you can disable the following
applications, links, and stores in App Controller:
- Web or SaaS applications.
You can change the URL, category or role.
- Android or iOS mobile
apps. You can edit and save the settings, and you can upgrade the app. If you
upgrade a mobile app, you can also configure when users must upgrade the app on
their device. You can force users to upgrade immediately or you can provide
warnings indicating how long users have until they have to upgrade.
- Web links. You can change
the URL, category or role.
- Public app stores. You can
change the URL, category, assigned role, or require installation.
If you need to change the settings of an application, web link or
store, you can disable and then edit the settings, which puts the application,
web link, or store in maintenance mode. For example, you might want to add a
workflow or change policy settings. You can disable the app to prevent users
from connecting to the app while you are making changes. It is not required,
however, that you put applications, web links, or stores in maintenance mode to
You can disable any store, web link or web, mobile, or SaaS
application. When you disable any of these items in App Controller, the
application or link becomes unavailable on the user device. If users connect
with Worx Store, the item is not available. If users connect with Worx Home,
the app, store, or web link appears on the user device. Users, however, cannot
open the item when it is disabled. When you change settings, save your changes,
and then enable the item, it becomes available again on the user device. If
users are logged on when you disable the store, application, or web link, they
can continue to use item even though it is in maintenance mode. If users log
off, they cannot start the item again until you enable the item in App
When you enable the application or web link after making changes, the
new settings are applied the next time users start the application.