The flexible deployment page contains information about your internal application assignments. From this page, edit schedules for deployments and view settings configured upon upload.
Options displayed on this window depend on the platform.
|Edit||Edit assignment configurations, including the smart group and push mode.|
|Delete||Remove the selected assignment from the application deployment.|
|Move Up||Raise the selected priority of the assignment by moving it higher on the list of assignments.|
|Move Down||Lower the selected priority of the assignment by moving it lower on the list of assignments.|
|Name||View the assigned smart group.|
View the priority of the assignment you configured when placing the selected assignment higher or lower in the list of assignments. Priority 0 is the most important assignment and takes precedence over all other deployments.
You can use this option with Effective to help plan deployments to avoid times when your mobile network experiences heavy traffic.
|Push Mode||View how the application pushes to devices, Auto which pushes immediately through the AirWatch Catalog with no user interaction or On Demand which pushes to devices when the user initiates an installation from the AirWatch Catalog.|
|Effective||Review the status of the assignment, whether it is in effect now or will be effective at some future date.|
|Remove on Unenroll (Apple iOS)||View whether AirWatch removes the application from a device when the device unenrolls from AirWatch.|
|Application Backup (Apple iOS)||View whether AirWatch disallows backing up the application data to iCloud. However, the application can still backup to iCloud.|
|VPN Access (Apple iOS 7+)||
View if AirWatch uses a VPN connection at the application level. This option sets end users to access the application using a VPN, which helps ensure that application access and use is trusted and secure.
This option is Disabled for platforms other than Apple iOS.
View if AirWatch sends configurations to managed Android and Apple iOS applications.
Application configurations are vendor-specific key-value pairs you can deploy with an application to preconfigure the application for users. For resources about application configurations, see Application Configuration Information.
Read Flexible Deployment Conflicts and Priorities for an explanation of how priorities can cause conflicts with deployment schedules.