You can determine the environment URL and login credentials, generate certificates for managing platforms, configure telecom, privacy settings, customize the console, and more.

AirWatch Console Basics: URL and Login Credentials

Now that you have completed AirWatch installation, what is your URL? And what credentials do you use to log in? Find out by reviewing Log Into the AirWatch Console.

Adding iOS Devices to Your Fleet

iOS devices are easy to use and enterprise-friendly making them popular among users and businesses. But before you can manage iOS devices, you must first obtain an Apple Push Notification Service (APNs) certificate. For more information, see APNs Certificates.

Terms of Use (TOU)

Communicate clearly to your end users about your expectations over device use and legal liabilities with an agreement covering terms of use. You can provide a customized version of the TOU to specific user groups and platforms and create language-specific versions of the TOU. You can also make agreement with the TOU a prerequisite to enrollment. For more information, see Terms of Use.

Console Branding and Restricted Actions

Customize the look of the AirWatch console including, logos, color themes, and cascading style sheets (CSS). For more information, see Console Branding.

Restricted Console Actions creates a second layer of security by requiring the admin to enter their password again when performing certain destructive tasks. For more information, see Restricted Console Actions.