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Creating Enrollment Rules for Smart Devices

Enrollment rules allow smart devices to connect to the server and determine which folders the devices will be displayed in. An enrollment rule contains an ID, password, and the name of the folder that devices using the rule will be placed in. An enrollment rule can also be associated with an Android Enterprise account, giving the device's work profile access to the enterprise's approved apps.

To connect a smart device to Avalanche, the device user must provide an enrollment ID and password. When the device connects to the Avalanche server, it enrolls and is placed in the folder associated with the enrollment rule it used.

To create an enrollment rule

1.Click the Enrollment tab. In the Enrollment Rules panel, click Add.

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In the Navigation Tree, select the region or folder you want to create a rule for and click View. On the Folder Details page, click Add in the Enrollment Rules panel.

The Enrollment Rule dialog box appears.

2.Enter the enrollment ID, target folder, and password for the enrollment rule in the text boxes.

Each enrollment rule must have a unique ID. We recommend that enrollment rules use IDs that indicate the purpose of the enrollment rule.

3.If you are connecting Android devices, select a notification service.

If you are using version 6.2 or older of the standard Avalanche enabler, select ANS.

If you are using version 6.3 or newer of the standard Avalanche enabler, select ANS or FCM.

If you are using the Android Enterprise enabler, select FCM.

4.If you are using Android Enterprise, select an enterprise from the Android ESA drop-down menu.

5.If you want the device to display a End User License Agreement (EULA) to the device user, you can upload one of your own or modify the template provided by Ivanti. Click Download template to view the sample template, or click Browse to upload your own text file.

6.Click Save.

7.Perform a deployment to send the enrollment rule to the smart device servers.
When a device enrolls, it is placed in the folder associated with the enrollment rule it used.

ClosedTypes of notification services

ClosedTypes of enrollment rules

ClosedTypes of folder assignments


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