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Managing secure connections with
BlackBerry UEM

The following table summarizes the administration tasks that are covered in this guide. Review to determine which tasks you should complete based on your organization's needs.
Task
Description
You can create a
Wi-Fi
profile to specify how devices connect to a work
Wi-Fi
network.
You can create a VPN profile to specify how devices connect to a work VPN.
You can specify which apps on devices must use a VPN for their data in transit.
You can specify how devices use a proxy server to access web services on the Internet or on a work network.
You can specify how devices connect to your organization’s resources using enterprise connectivity and
BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus
to provide a secure IP tunnel between apps and your organization's network.
You can enable two-factor authentication for users and specify the configuration of preauthentication and self-rescue features.
You can enable
iOS
and
iPadOS
devices to authenticate automatically with domains and web services in your organization's network.
Create a
BlackBerry Dynamics
connectivity profile
You can define the network connections, Internet domains, IP address ranges, and app servers that devices can connect to when using
BlackBerry Dynamics
apps. For more information, see Setting up network connections for BlackBerry Dynamics apps in the Administration content.
You can specify the DNS servers that you want
iOS
and
macOS
devices to use to access specified domains.
Create an email profile
You can specify how devices connect to a work mail server and synchronize email messages, calendar entries, and organizer data using
Exchange ActiveSync
or
IBM Notes Traveler
. For more information, see Creating email profiles in the Administration content.
Create an IMAP/POP3 email profile
You can specify how devices connect to an IMAP or POP3 mail server and synchronize email messages. For more information, see Create an IMAP/POP3 email profile in the Administration content.
You can manage network mobile network usage for
iOS
and
iPadOS
apps.
You can limit the websites that a user can view in
Safari
or other browsers on a supervised
iOS
or
iPadOS
device.
You can help users find printers.
You can specify which
AirPlay
devices
iOS
and
iPadOS
users can connect to.
You can specify the information
Android
devices need to communicate with the carrier's network.
You can send certificates to devices and apps using
UEM
profiles.
You can add client certificates directly to individual user accounts or to a user credential profile assigned to the user account.