Ivanti components

The main components of Ivanti include:

Admin Portal

The Admin Portal is a web-based administrator portal you use to configure, manage, maintain, and troubleshoot users, devices, apps, policies, settings, and labels. The Admin Portal is where you register devices, distribute apps, configure and push policies to devices, and view the status of your fleet of managed devices at a glance. This getting started guide focuses on the Admin Portal, as this is where the majority of setup occurs.

After you have used this guide to get started, refer to the Ivanti EPMM Device Management Guide for each operating system (Android, iOS, Windows) for more advanced device management topics.

System Manager

The System Manager is used to configure Ivanti, manage network settings, manage Ivanti within your infrastructure, upgrade Ivanti, troubleshoot and maintain Ivanti itself. For more information about the System Manager, refer to the Ivanti EPMM System Manager Guide.

Enterprise Connector

The Enterprise Connector is a component that connects Ivanti to corporate directories, such as Microsoft Active Directory or LDAP, by means of secure HTTPS connections. Multiple connectors can be used for scaling and redundancy purposes. For more information about the Enterprise Connector, refer to the On-Premise Installation Guide for Ivanti EPMM and Enterprise Connector.

CLI

The CLI, or Command Line Interface, allows you to access certain Ivanti and System Manager functions from the command line in a terminal window. For more information about using the CLI, refer to the Ivanti EPMM Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference.

APIs

Ivanti supports a number of application program interfaces (APIs) described in the following guides:

  • Ivanti EPMM V1 API Guide
  • Ivanti EPMM V2 API Guide
  • Ivanti Event Notification Service and Common Platform Services API Guide