If a device belongs to more than one smart group and you assign these smart groups to an application with several flexible deployments, the device receives the scheduled flexible deployment with the most immediate Priority. As you assign smart groups to flexible deployments, remember that a single device can belong to more than one smart group. In turn, one device can be assigned to more than one flexible deployment for the same application.

Example

Device 01 belongs to Smart Group HR and Smart Group Training. You configure and assign two flexible deployments for application X, which include both Smart Groups. Device 01 now has two assignments for application X.

  • Priority 0 = Smart Group HR, to deploy in 10 days with On Demand
  • Priority 1 = Smart Group Training, to deploy now with Auto

Device 01 receives the priority 0 assignment and gets the application in 10 days because of the assignments priority rating. Device 01 does not receive the priority 1 assignment.

Note: When a device belongs to multiple assignment groups that have a different application configuration Key-Value pairs(KVP) with the same priority, the KVP from the smart group which is added first is sent to the devices. Currently, if the first smart group in the above scenario is removed from the assignment, the configuration from the second smart group is not applied automatically unless the application is repushed or until you click the send app configuration button.