In the Configuration section, you can configure profile settings, such as locations settings, system updates, password constraints, permissions, and WiFi networks.
Enable geolocation on your device, and determine the degree of location detection enabled.
Define a password constraint for your users
The different options are:
- Unspecified: there is no requirements for the password
- Alphabetic: the user must have entered a password containing at least alphabetic (or other symbol) characters
- Alphanumeric: the user must have entered a password containing at least both numeric and alphabetic (or other symbol) characters
- Complex: the user must have entered a password containing at least a letter, a numerical digit and a special symbol, by default. With this password quality, passwords can be restricted to contain various sets of characters, like at least an uppercase letter, etc
- Numeric: the user must have entered a password containing at least numeric characters
- Numeric (Complex): the user must have entered a password containing at least numeric characters with no repeating (4444) or ordered (1234, 4321, 2468) sequences
- Something: the policy requires some kind of password or pattern, but doesn't care what it is
- Biometric (Weak)
Configure your system and applications updates
Configure when you want applications and your Android OS to be updated on devices.
Configure your permission management
These permissions concern application requests to access specific functions of your device (e.g. Instagram requesting to access your camera).
Select your WiFi networks
Selecting your WiFi network here will autoconnect (if enabled) all devices enrolled under this profile to the selected WiFi network.
If you wish to force a WiFi network on a device, you should also disallow configuration of wifi networks from your profile policies.