- Managing device features and behavior
- Managing devices with IT policies
- Restricting or allowing device capabilities
- Setting device password requirements
- Setting iOS password requirements
- Setting macOS password requirements
- Setting Android password requirements
- Setting Windows password requirements
- Setting BlackBerry 10 password requirements
- Creating and managing IT policies
- How BlackBerry UEM chooses which IT policy to assign
- Allowing BlackBerry 10 users to back up device data
- Creating device support messages
- Controlling BlackBerry OS device capabilities using IT policies
- Importing IT policy and device metadata updates
- Enforcing compliance rules for devices
- Create a compliance profile
- Compliance profile settings
- Managing BlackBerry Dynamics compliance profiles
- Sending commands to users and devices
- Send a command to a device
- Send a bulk command
- Set an expiry time for commands
- Commands reference
- Deactivating devices
- Controlling the software updates that are installed on devices
- Create a device SR requirements profile for Android Enterprise devices
- Create a device SR requirements profile for Samsung KNOX devices
- Create a device SR requirements profile for BlackBerry 10 devices
- View users who are running a revoked software release
- Managing OS updates on devices with MDM controls activations
- View available updates for iOS devices
- Update the OS on supervised iOS devices
- Configuring communication between devices and BlackBerry UEM
- Displaying organization information on devices
- Using location services on devices
- Using Activation Lock on iOS devices
- Managing iOS features using custom payload profiles
- Setting up factory reset protection for Android Enterprise devices
- Setting up Windows Information Protection for Windows 10 devices
- Managing attestation for devices
- Manage attestation for Android devices and BlackBerry Dynamics apps using SafetyNet
- Managing iOS app integrity checking on devices
- Manage attestation for Samsung KNOX devices
- Manage attestation for Windows 10 devices
Create a location service profile
You can assign a location service profile to user accounts, user groups, or device groups. Users must accept the profile before the management console or
BlackBerry UEM Self-Servicecan display
Androiddevice locations on a map.
Windows 10 Mobiledevices automatically accept the profile.
- On the menu bar, clickPolicies and profiles.
- ClickProtection > Location service.
- Click .
- Type a name and description for the location service profile.
- Optionally, clear the check box for any device type that you do not want to configure the profile for.
- Perform any of the following tasks:TaskStepsEnable location history foriOSdevices
BlackBerry UEMcollects a device's location hourly and, if possible, when there has been a significant change in the device's location (for example, 500 meters or more).Enable location history forAndroiddevices
- On theiOStab, verify that theLog device location historycheck box is selected.
Both the distance and frequency conditions must be met before the device location is updated.
- On theAndroidtab, verify that theLog device location historycheck box is selected.
- In theDevice location check distancefield, specify the minimum distance that a device must travel before the device location is updated.
- In theLocation update frequencyfield, specify how often the device location is updated.
If necessary, rank profiles.