Compliance status of a device indicates whether it meets the list of requirements selected in Compliance Settings globally. You can choose from a host of requisites to ensure an optimal level of security and conformity with your corporate regulations. Hexnode MDM flags a device as non-compliant if it fails any of the selected compliance checks. The Device compliance pane and Non-compliant widgets on the dashboard keeps you updated with key metrics. The Compliant devices report lets you precisely document compliance for audits. You can also use Dynamic grouping to automatically round-up the non-compliant devices in a separate group to take quick remedial actions.
To configure Compliance Settings
- Login to your Hexnode MDM Portal.
- Go to Admin > General Settings > Compliance Settings.
- You will have the following options to be checked.
|MDM app is removed from device||
|Hexnode MDM Policy is removed from device||Device will be marked as non-compliant, if the policy is removed from the device.||macOS devices.|
|Device becomes inactive||Device will be marked as non-compliant or offline, if it has not been scanned for a particular number of days as specified under Admin > General Settings > Inactivity Settings.||All Devices.|
|Device is not encrypted||Device will be marked as non-compliant, if the device is not encrypted.||
|Device is not password compliant||Device will be marked as non-compliant, if there is no password set on the device or if the device does not meet the password requirements as per the password policy.||All Devices|
|Device is not application compliant||Device will be marked as non-compliant if any of the mandatory apps is missing or if it has apps blacklisted in it.||All Devices|
|Device moves out of geofence||Device will be marked as non-compliant if the device moves out of the Geofence as specified under Admin > Geofencing||All Devices|
|Device is jailbroken||Device will be marked as non-compliant, if the device is identified as jailbroken.||iOS devices|