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Release Note – March 2019 – Tweaks

Unified Endpoint Management Community Forums Release Notes Release Note – March 2019 – Tweaks

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    Michelle Hendricks
    Hexnode MDM
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    Tweaks

    1. View messages in the action history tab.

      A subtab has been included under Action History tab which lists the messages broadcasted to the device.

    2. Advanced Kiosk Settings for iOS web app kiosk.

      Advanced kiosk settings have been included under Policies > Kiosk Settings > iOS Kiosk Mode > Web App Kiosk that allows tons of new customizations such as Disable touch, Disable volume button, Enable Zoom, Enable Invert Colors and much more. It also allows User enabled options such as VoiceOver, Zoom, Invert Colors and Assistive Touch.

    3. Clear FRP/Activation Lock on device wipe.

      An option Clear Factory Reset Protection/Activation Lock has been included under remote action – Wipe Device. It clears Activation Lock on supervised iOS devices, and Factory Reset Protection on Android devices enrolled as Device Owner in Android Enterprise program while performing device wipe.

    4. Enhanced wild card options for broadcast messaging.

      The wild card support for broadcast message on Android and iOS is enhanced by adding two additional wildcards – %domain% and %netbiosname%.

    Cheers!
    Michelle Hendricks
    Hexnode MDM

    #4997 Score: 0
    Zara

    Is it possible to disable FRP?

    #5159 Score: 0
    Grace Baker
    Moderator
    1 pt

    Hey, Thanks for posting.

    Yes, it is possible. Please navigate to Android->Advanced Restrictions->Factory reset protection. From the drop-down list beneath the ‘Factory reset protection’, choose the ‘Disable factory reset protection’ option to skip the Google account verification step.
    You will also be able to see the ‘Bypass Factory Reset Protection’ option which will enforce the google account verification step, where you can use the added Google account ID or G Suite accounts, instead of the previously set Google account.

    Kindly use the help link for a reference.

    Cheers!
    Grace Baker
    Hexnode MDM

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