Profiles reference - iOS devices
The following table lists all
BlackBerry UEMprofiles supported on
Specifies the device activation settings for users, such as the activation type and the number and types of devices.
Allows devices to access
BlackBerry Dynamicsapps such as
BlackBerry Access, and
App lock mode
Specify a single app to run on devices.
Enterprise Management Agent
Specifies when devices connect to
BlackBerry UEMfor app or configuration updates when a push notification is not available.
Defines the device conditions that are not acceptable in your organization and sets enforcement actions.
This is a read-only profile that displays the compliance settings that were imported from
Good Controlinto an on-premises
Email, calendar, and contacts
Specifies how devices connect to a work mail server and synchronize email messages, calendar entries, and organizer data using Exchange ActiveSync or IBM Notes Traveler.
Specifies how devices connect to an IMAP or POP3 mail server, and how to synchronize email messages.
Microsoft Exchangeservers to use for automatic gatekeeping.
Specifies the server settings that devices can use to synchronize calendar information.
Specifies the server settings that devices can use to synchronize contact information.
Networks and connections
Specifies how devices connect to a work
Specifies how devices connect to a work VPN.
Specifies how devices use a proxy server to access web services on the Internet or a work network.
Specifies how devices can connect to your organization’s resources using enterprise connectivity. For
iOSdevices, the enterprise connectivity profile specifies whether devices can use
BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus.
Defines the network connections, Internet domains, IP address ranges, and app servers that devices can connect to when using
Enables two-factor authentication for users and specifies the configuration of the preauthentication and self-rescue features.
Allows you to control whether work apps on iOS devices can use the mobile network or data roaming.
Web content filter
Limits the websites that a user can view on supervised iOS devices.
Specifies how devices authenticate with secure domains automatically after users type their username and password for the first time.
Single sign-on extension
Allows devices running
iOS(or iPadOS) 13 or later to authenticate using single sign-on.
iOSdevices to notify users about sending email outside of trusted domains and restricts the apps that can view documents downloaded from internal domains.
Allows you to add printers to users' AirPrint printer lists.
Allows you to add devices to users' AirPlay device lists.
Microsoft Intuneapp protection
Allows you to manage apps protected by
Allows you to request the location of devices and view the approximate locations on a map.
Do not disturb
Allows you to block
BlackBerry Work for iOSnotifications during off-work days and hours that you define.
Allows you to configure the information that displays on devices.
Specifies custom configuration information using payload code for devices.
Allows you to configure the notification settings for system apps and apps that you manage using
Specifies a CA certificate that devices can use to establish trust with a work network or server.
Specifies a client certificate that devices can use to authenticate users with a work network or server.
Specifies the CA connection that devices use to obtain a client certificate that is used to authenticate with a work network or server.
Specifies the SCEP server that devices use to obtain a client certificate that is used to authenticate with a work network or server.