- Managing apps
- Adding apps to the app list
- Adding public apps to the app list
- Adding internal apps to the app list
- Specify the shared network location for storing internal apps
- Add an internal app to the app list
- Adding internal apps for Android Enterprise and Android Management devices
- Add public BlackBerry Dynamics apps to the app list
- Adding internal BlackBerry Dynamics apps to the app list
- Add an app shortcut for iOS, macOS, and Android devices
- Add or update a web app for Android Enterprise and Android Management devices
- Managing apps on the app list
- Managing BlackBerry Dynamics apps
- Setting up network connections for BlackBerry Dynamics apps
- Controlling BlackBerry Dynamics on users devices
- Manage settings for a BlackBerry Dynamics app
- Configure a third-party identity provider for activating BlackBerry Dynamics apps on a device
- Automatically activate the first BlackBerry Dynamics app on Apple DEP and User Enrollment devices
- Manage BlackBerry Dynamics app services
- Rank app installations
- Add the work app catalog to the BlackBerry Dynamics Launcher
- Generate access keys, activation passwords, or QR codes for BlackBerry Dynamics apps
- Send a BlackBerry Dynamics app unlock key and QR code to a user
- Set up a screen capture rule for BlackBerry Dynamics apps on iOS devices
- Turn off notifications outside of work hours from BlackBerry Work
- Managing apps protected by Microsoft Intune
- Managing Apple VPP accounts
- Preventing users from installing specific apps
- Limit the apps that can run on a device
- View the list of personal apps in the management console
- Rating and reviewing apps
- Configure the home screen layout for supervised iOS devices
- Manage app notifications on supervised iOS devices
- Customize the Work Apps icon for iOS devices
- Managing Android devices with OEM app configurations
- Get your organization’s enterprise ID for pre-release apps in Google Play
- Appendix: App behavior
Specify the shared network location for storing internal apps
If you have an on-premises
BlackBerry UEMenvironment, before you add internal apps to the available app list, you must specify a shared network location to store the app source files that you upload. To make sure that internal apps remain available, this network location should have a high availability solution and be backed up regularly. Also, do not create the shared network folder in the
BlackBerry UEMinstallation folder because it will be deleted if you upgrade
BlackBerry UEM. If you have
BlackBerry UEM Cloud, you don't need to specify a network location for app files.
- Create a shared network folder to store the source files for internal apps on the network that hostsBlackBerry UEM.
- Verify that the service account for the computer that hostsBlackBerry UEMhas read and write access to the shared network folder.
- In the management console, on the menu bar, clickSettings.
- In the left pane, expandApp management.
- ClickInternal app storage.
- InNetwork locationfield, type the path of the shared network folder using the following format:\\<computer_name>\<shared_network_folder>The shared network path must be typed in UNC format (for example, \\ComputerName\Applications\InternalApps).