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Managing Smart Device Profiles
Use a smart device profile to change settings on your smart devices, such as iPads, iPhones, and Android tablets and smart phones. A smart device profile has payloads associated with it, and each payload contains specific settings. Smart device profiles are use for both device admin payloads and Android Enterprise payloads.
If you want to manage settings for WindowsCE, Windows Mobile, Palm, or DOS devices, use an AIDC mobile device profile. For information about AIDC mobile device profiles, see Managing AIDC Mobile Device Profiles.
Settings in payloads are only sent to devices after the payloads are associated with a profile and the profile is enabled and applied to a folder. When there are multiple profiles applied to a folder that a device is in, the device can receive payloads from all of the applied profiles. However, each device can only receive one restrictions payload and one passcode payload. If there is more than one restrictions or passcode payload applied, the device will use the payload with the highest priority.
To create a smart device profile
1.Navigate to the Profiles tab.
2.Click New Profile in the Available Profiles panel.
3.Click Device settings and contents under Smart Devices.
4.Type a name for the profile in the Name text box.
5.To add payloads to the profile, enable the check boxes next to the payloads and click the Assign icon.
6.(Optional) To force a device to sync again upon a successful sync, select Resync.
7.(Optional) To reboot a device upon successful sync, select Reboot device.
8.(Optional) To launch an app installed as part of an associated software payload, select Invoke application and enter the app ID.
9.(Optional) Use the authorized users panel to assign privileges for this profile to specific users. For more information, see Assigning Authorized Users.
The folder selected in the Navigation Tree when you create the profile will be the profile's home folder.
For information about managing device admin Android payloads, see Smart Device Payloads.
For information about managing Android Enterprise payloads, see Android Enterprise Payloads.
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