Lesson 4 – Managing Devices

Click on the devices icon to see all devices in the account. Select more actions to see additional commands such as disable apps, enable apps, kiosk mode, send messages, schedular & triggers command and many more.  The majority of these commands were found in the repositories actions section on the previous UI.

Tip: Click on the column’s icon in the status bar to customize the devices screen, this uses a 2-way switch, tick = on, grey = off.

In the example below we are removing the last seen column by turning the switch to grey.

Click on the power icon in the top status bar to see what devices are online.

The device console has a slider, columns can be sorted such as OS, Agent version, Policy-kiosk and tags.  Columns can be sorted and represented with the following icon next to the column name.

If you have a warning icon next to your device ID it means that you need to reset the device authentication token, by clicking it, a window will open asking you to confirm the reset.  Once confirmed the warning icon will disappear.

On the left-hand side of the device information there is more information with many live dashboards such as CPU (%)/Temp , Memory/Swap Memory(MB), Wi-Fi Signal, Number of reboots and speed test.

Properties, File System and storage stats enable the user to search, expand and export to CSV to work offline.

Start (Launch) app and clear app data can be used for troubleshooting, enabling users to logout and start fresh if apps are not working correctly.