Supported Operating Systems: Mobile Device Management

Supported Operating Systems: Mobile Device Management

Operating System Supported Versions
ios_icon Apple iOS 7+
android_icon Google Android
4.0+ (Ice Cream Sandwich)
windows_icon Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 (Windows 10 is currently unsupported.)

Features
Option BYOD COD
General Settings            
Basic Device Information ios_icon android_icon windows_icon ios_icon android_icon windows_icon
Usage            
Storage Information android_icon
Call History android_icon
Message History android_icon
Mobile Data Usage android_icon
Installed Apps ios_icon android_icon
Accounts            
Email (multiple) ios_icon windows_icon ios_icon windows_icon
ActiveSync ios_icon windows_icon ios_icon windows_icon
Networks            
Wi-Fi (multiple) ios_icon android_icon windows_icon ios_icon android_icon windows_icon
VPN ios_icon windows_icon

Security

           
Commands
Locate Device android_icon windows_icon android_icon windows_icon
Remote Lock ios_icon android_icon windows_icon ios_icon android_icon windows_icon
Set Passcode* android_icon windows_icon android_icon windows_icon
Clear Passcode** ios_icon android_icon ios_icon android_icon
Reset/Add Passcode and Lock android_icon windows_icon android_icon windows_icon
Remote Ring windows_icon windows_icon
Remote Wipe Device ios_icon android_icon windows_icon ios_icon android_icon windows_icon
Passcode ios_icon android_icon windows_icon
Restrictions ios_icon android_icon windows_icon

* The Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 policy does not have an explicit Set Passcode option. Selecting Reset Passcode effectively sets a passcode on the device if one was not previously configured.

** The Google Android policy does not have an explicit Reset Passcode option. Selecting Set Passcode effectively resets the passcode.

Android: please be aware that the version of Android will determine the features that are available on the mobile device.