Controlling iOS devices with an IT policy
iOSdevices with an IT policy
BlackBerry UEMsends an IT policy to each device. You can use a default IT policy or create your own IT policies. You can create as many IT policies as you require for different situations and different users, but only one IT policy is active on a device at any time.
The IT policy rules for
iOSare based on the the capabilities of the device and the device configuration options provided by
Applereleases new OS updates with new features and configuration options, new IT policy rules are added to
UEMat the next possible opportunity.
You can download the searchable and sortable IT Policy rule spreadsheet. The spreadsheet documents all available rules in UEM, including the minimum device OS that supports the rule.
Device behavior you control with an IT policy includes the following options:
- Device password requirements
- Allowing device features such as the camera,Bluetooth, and Touch ID
- AllowingApp StoreandiTunes Storepurchases, and allowable content ratings for purchases
- Allowing system apps, such asSafari,Siri, andFaceTime
- Allowing use ofiCloud
For more information on sending IT policies to devices, see the Administration content.