Mirage can assist in maintaining endpoint compliance with the corporate base and app layers. Mirage calculates the compliance of each CVD that has one or more assigned base or app layers. By default, CVD compliance score changes when end-users uninstall managed applications that were delivered via base or app layers.
CVD Compliance percentage is calculated by dividing the number of installed managed applications with the number of applications that were delivered via Mirage layers.
For example, a CVD assigned with a base layer containing ten line of business apps, while the end user removed two of these apps, show compliance score of 80% (because eight out of ten apps are currently installed on the endpoint).
When apps are delivered to endpoints via base and app layers, the compliance score is calculated based on the combined number of apps in the base and app layer.
In addition to compliance score per CVD, Mirage shows the compliance score for given base or app layers. The compliance percentage of given layer is calculated based on average compliance score of all CVDs assigned to that layer.
For example, a deployment with ten CVDs, all of them assigned with base layer containing ten line of business apps. When an end user removed two of these apps, the compliance score for that base layer drops to 98% (average of one CVD with 80% and nine CVDs with 100% compliance).
Mirage can be set to include unmanaged, user installed apps for compliance calculation. For more information on how to enable user installed apps compliance, see Calculate CVD Compliance Score For User Installed Apps.