[email protected] configuration field description for Android (Core and Cloud)

The following table provides a description of the configuration fields for [email protected] for Android on Core and Cloud.

Table 2.  [email protected] configuration field description for Android in Core and Cloud

Item

Description

Name

Enter brief text that identifies this setting.

Description

Enter additional text that clarifies the purpose of this [email protected] setting. A valid URL must start with http:// or https://. Starting with Core 7.5.1.0, if you are using variables, http:// or https: is not required. However, the entry in the URL fieldmust map to a valid URL that starts with a http://, https://, or smb://. UNC is also supported.

Examples:

$USER_CUSTOM2$

https://$USER_CUSTOME1$

CIFs sites

For CIFS sites, the URL must also include the CIFS port. A calid URL can start with smb:// or \\. UNC is supported. Both domain name and IP address are supported.

Examples for CIFS:

https://server.name.445/path/to/share/folder

smb://server.name:445/path/to/share/folder

\\server.name:445\path\to\share\folder

 

Variables

You can also specify variable in the URL. You can specify a single variable, or a combination of variables. LDAP or AD integration is required for using variables. See also, " Support for variable in configuration content sites".

Example with variable:

https://networkdrive/users/

Content Sites

Name

Enter a name for the content site.

URL

Enter a valid URL for the content site.

A valid URL must start with http:// or https://. Startig with Core 7.5.1.0, if you are using variable, http:// or https: is not required. However, the entry in the URL field must map to a valid URL that starts with http://, https://, or smb://. UNC is also supported.

Example:

$USER_CUSTOM2$

https://$USER_CUSTOM1$

CIFs sites

For CIFS sites, the URL must also include the CIFS port. Avalid URL can start with smb:// or \\. UNC is supported. Both domain name and IP address are supported.

Examples for CIFS:

https://server.name:445/path/to/share/folder

smb://server.name:445/path/to/share/folder

\\server.name:445\path\to\share\folder

Variables

You can also specify variables in the URL. You can specify a single variable, or a combination of variables. LDAP or AD integration is required for using variables. See also, “Support for variables in configuring content sites”.

 

Examples with variabled:

https://networkdrive/users/$FIRST_NAME$

https://sharepoint.mycompany.com/personal/$FIRST_NAME$_$LAST_NBAME$_company_com.

OneDrive for Business

The credentials for OneDrive for business are always in lower case. If the credentials in LDAP or AD are mixed case, they might not match with the credentials in OneDrive and may result in failure to access to OneDrive for Business and #LOWER to the variable in the URL.

Example for OneDrive for Business:

https://company.sharepoint.com/personal/#LOWER($USERID$)#_company_com/documents

Domain

Select the type of content site you are configuring:

SharePoint

Select SharePoint for OneDrive for Business.

WebDAV

CIFS

Subdomain

Select the subdomain type for the content site:

SharePoint: Office 365, Corporate

Select Office 365 if you are configuring OneDrive for Business.

WebDAV: NetworkDrive, CloudStorage

CIFS: Network Drive

DFS: Network Drive

Authentication

Select if the device has to authenticate to the server.

Do not select if you are using Single Sign On using Kerberos Constrained Delegation.

See also “Supported authentication to content repositories” in the [email protected] Release Notes.

Published

Select to designate the site as a Published site.

All content in a Published site is automatically downloaded and mirrored locally on the device when the device syncs. If the option is not selected, the device user must manually download the content. Documents in a Published site cannot be edited. Devices users cannot upload or create files or folders in published site.

A Web View site cannot be configured as a Published site, and a Published site cannot be configured as a Web View site.

Published sites for SharePoint are not supported at root, site, and subsite levels. Published sites are supported at document library and folder levels. Ivanti recommends that Published sites be set for publishing 50-100 documents.

Web View

Only applicable to iOS devices. Does not apply to Android devices.

Published Site Configurations

These settings only apply to Published sites.

Update Interval (Minutes)

Specify the update interval for Published sites. The Default setting is every 60 minutes.

Max auto download size (MB)

Specify the maximum file size for automatic download. Files greater than this size will not be automatically downloaded. The default setting is 500 MB.

Max documents per update

Specify the maximum number of documents to update for each site. Only the number of files specified will be updated. The default setting is 100 files.

Update Mode

Specify the method devices can use to update Published sites. Select either Wi-Fi Only or Wi-Fi and Cellular. Ivanti recommends using Wi-Fi only if you support large number of documents.

App Configuration

URL

Enter a URL for the content site.

The URL must include http:// or https://. Both domain name and IP address are supported.

Domain

Select the type of content site you are configuring:

SharePoint (Select SharePoint for One Drive for Business.)

WebDAV

Subdomain

Select the subdomain type for the content site:

SharePoint: Office 365, Corporate

Select Office 365 if you are configuring OneDrive for Business.

WebDAV: NetworkDrive, CloudStorage

Authentication

Select if you want the device to authenticate to the server.

Published Site

Select to designate the site as a published site.

All content in a published site is automatically downloaded and mirrored locally on the device when the device syncs. If the option is not selected, the user must manually download the content.

A Web View site cannot be configured as a published site, and a published site cannot be configured as a Web View site.

Published sites for SharePoint are not supported at root, site, and subsite levels. Published sites are supported at document library and folder levels. Ivanti recommends that published sites be set for publishing 50-100 documents.

Web View

Only for SharePoint domains. Select to allow users to view and navigate SharePoint folders in browser view.

Published site

Update Interval (Minutes)

Specify the updated interval for published sites. The Default setting is every 60 minutes.

Max auto download size (MB)

Specify the maximum file size for automatic download. Files above this size will not be automatically downloaded. The default setting is 500 MB.

Max documents per update

Specify the maximum number of documents to update for each updated site. Only the number of files specified will be updated. The default setting is 100 files.

Update Mode

Specify the method devices can use to update Published sites. Select either Wi-Fi Only or Wi-Fi and Cellular. Ivanti recommends using Wi-Fi only if you support large number of documents.