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To create an Android credential policy

Dec 21, 2015

You can create an Android credential to enable integrated authentication with your PKI configuration in Device Manager, such as a PKI entity, a keystore, an a credential provider, or a server certificate. For more information on configuring PKI integration with Device Manager, see About XenMobile PKI.

You can configure an security certificate policy to use for WiFi configurations, TouchDown email configurations, Samsung Exchange ActiveSync configurations, Samsung VPN configurations, and Android SharePoint configurations.

  1. In the Device Manager web console, click the Policies tab, click to expand Android and then click Configurations.
  2. In the Add a credential dialog box, enter the following information:
    1. Credential name. Provide a unique name for the credential.
    2. Description. Optionally, you can type a description for the credential.
    3. Credential Type. Select a credential type according to the PKI configuration you have set up for Device Manager, such as a certificate, a keystore, a server certifciate,or a credential provider.
    4. Credential file path, Server certificate, or Credential provider. Select the path or the name of the credential you are adding to the policy. If you are using a Keystore file, then you need to provider the keystore password.
  3. Click Add. Now you can access this credential in Android WiFi configurations, TouchDown email configurations, Samsung Exchange ActiveSync configurations, Samsung VPN configurations, and Android SharePoint configurations.