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Managing Device Servers

Avalanche has two types of device servers: the Smart device server and mobile device servers. You can only have one Smart device server, but you can have as many mobile device servers as you need. The Smart device server connects to the Android, iOS, and Windows Phone devices. The mobile device server connects to the Windows Mobile and Windows CE devices.

The Smart device server has options that are configured on the System Settings page. These options allow you to provision the server with certificates and the Google API key, enable automatic device check-in, and set a Client administrator password. For more information about these settings, see Configuring General System Settings.

Mobile device servers are configured using a Mobile Device Server profile. Through a Mobile Device Server profile, Avalanche allows you to manage the following settings for your mobile device servers and mobile devices:

Administrative Settings. These settings include server resources, licensing, user files, data collection and terminal ID generation.

Connection Settings. You can configure when the servers and devices are allowed connections and how connections should be established.

Security Settings. Avalanche supports encryption and authentication methods to help keep your information secure and prevent unauthorized mobile devices from accessing your network.

See the following sections for more information about managing device servers:

For information on uninstalling device servers, see Uninstalling Avalanche.

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