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Enforce compliance rules for UEM devices

Simple steps to set up a compliance profile to enforce security standards for work devices

You can use the UEM management console to create compliance profiles to set restrictions on certain actions and apps on a users’ devices. You can send out a notification to alert users when their device is not compliant or if a violation is detected.

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1. On the menu bar, click Policies and profiles > Managed devices.

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2. Click Compliance > +.

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3. Type a name and description.

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4. Select an email template.

When a device becomes non-compliant, UEM will send this email to the device user. Select the Default compliance email or you can create your own custom template. For more information, see Email templates

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5. Set the frequency of compliance checks.

This setting applies only to Blackberry Dynamics compliance checks. For more information, see Enforcing compliance rules for devices.

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6. If necessary, change the device notification message.

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7. Click on a device type tab and configure the compliance rules.

For example, you can send a notification if a non-assigned app is installed, or if a device is out of contact. See the Compliance profile settings for a detailed list of all of the profile settings. 

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8. Click Save.

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9. Assign the profile to users or groups.

For a compliance profile to take effect, you need to assign it to users or groups. For more information, see Assigning profiles.

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10. That’s it!

You have successfully added and assigned a compliance profile.

For more information about enforcing compliance rules for devices and setting up compliance profiles, see Enforcing compliance rules for devices