In some unique cases, the enrollment process must be adjusted for specific organizations and deployments. For each of the additional enrollment options, end users need the credentials detailed in the Required Information section of this guide.
- Single-Click Enrollment – In this workflow, which applies to web-based enrollments, an administrator sends an AirWatch-generated token to the user with an enrollment link URL. The user merely selects the provided link to authenticate and enroll the device, making it the easiest and fastest enrollment process for the end user. This method can also be secured by setting expiration times.
- Web Enrollment – There is an optional welcome screen that an administrator can invoke for Web enrollments by appending "/enroll/welcome" to the active environment. For example, by supplying the URL https://<custenvironment>/enroll/welcome to users participating in Web Enrollment, they see a Welcome to AirWatch screen. This screen includes options to enroll with an Email Address or Group ID. The Web Enrollment option is applicable for AirWatch version 8.0 and above.
- Dual-Factor Authentication – In this workflow, an administrator sends the same enrollment token generated by AirWatch, but the user must also enter their login credentials. This method is just as easy to run as the Single-Click Enrollment but adds one additional level of security. The additional security measure is requiring the user to enter their unique credentials.
- End-User Registration – The user logs in to the Self-Service Portal (SSP) and registers their own device. Once registration is complete, the system sends an email to the end user that includes the enrollment URL and login credentials. This workflow assumes that administrators have not already performed device registration for a corporate device fleet. It also assumes that you require corporate devices to be registered so administrators can track enrollment status. Also, end-user registration means that corporate devices can be used together with user-purchased devices.
- Single-User Device Staging – The administrator enrolls devices on behalf of an end user. This method is useful for administrators who set up multiple devices for an entire team or single members of a team. Such a method saves the end users the time and effort of enrolling their own devices. The admin can also configure and enroll a device and mail it directly to a user who is off-site.
- Multi-User Device Staging – The administrator enrolls devices that are used by multiple users. Each device is enrolled and provisioned with a specific set of features that users access only after they log in with unique credentials.
For more information, see the following topics.