A friend wanted to know how he can change the ownership of devices for an existing XenMobile Deployment. This scripts sets all devices, which don't have any ownership assigned (aka "unknown"), to BYOD devices. [crayon-600c38305f030554597107/]
- ThreemaWork supports Manages App Configuration.
- XenMobile supports Managed App Configuration.
Unfortunately nowhere is clarified how the exact App Configuration Policy should look like. 🙁
So lets go step by step:
I had a call with a customer who complained that SAML SSO does not work for ShareFile MDX as soon as the MDX Policy Network Access is set to "Tunnel to the internal network" using Secure Browse. Secure Browse is…
Currently there is a bug on iOS 10 causing not available MDX Apps Contradictory to the Citrix Knowledgearticle I've heard that MDM+MAM can be affected by this too Check the workaround on CTX216786 Cheers, Mauricio
Citrix has released a new MDX version!
iOS has been released on Sep 8, 2015, the Android Version on Oct 6, 2015
As soon as you upload the new Version to you existing packages it doesn’t overwrite some attributes like the exception lists which is getting changed from time to time. Means your user could miss features like starting an facetime-audio call directly from WorxMail.
That’s why it does make sense to upload each app as a new App, copy out the exceptions and then update the existing Apps with the new Version putting in the copied information.
However, this list contains the exclusions for the new v10.2.0 apps and does may save some time for you
I get asked from time to time how to ensure that people are enrolling in MDM first or how to suppress the initial prompt to users if they want to "secure the devices" as well However, in XenMobile 9 this…
As I was requested to update my XenMobile 9 Infrastructure chart I've tried to use different colors to indicate the different protocols/engines working in the background. Enjoy!
Hi everybody, Similar to what I wrote on bash for iOS and Android apps, this script takes all windows phone apps from a specified folder and runs it through the app wrapper. If you want to use this script, like…
It looks like working with certificates from a private PKI doesn't work anymore on iOS as soon as working in a XenMobile Enterprise Environment. Bad for the own test environment Even if the internal Root Certificate is installed manually on…
As I was unable to find an architecture overview containing all ports. It should contain all ports on a full enrolled XenMobile 9 Infrastructure, just missing DNS and NTP but I was unsure how to insert these in the graphic…