You can configure Browser settings using the Configuration Key and Configuration Value pairs provided by AirWatch. To configure Browser settings, enter the configuration key and the corresponding value into the Custom Settings under Groups & Settings > All Settings > Apps > Settings and Policies > Settings.

Configuration Key Value Type Configuration Value Description
{"BrowserDisableQRCode": "true"} Boolean

True or False

(Available for Android and iOS)

If the value is true, the QR Code scanner in VMware Browser URL bar is disabled.

If the value is false, the QR Code scanner is displayed in the VMware Browser URL bar.

{“BrowserDisableUserAgentString” : "true”} Boolean

True or False

(Available for Android only)

If the value is true, the user agent string is disabled. However this also disables the ability to switch between desktop mode and mobile mode.

If the value is false, the user agent string will be enabled and also enables the ability to switch between desktop mode and mobile mode.

{BrowserDisableAutoCloseTab": "true" } Boolean True or False

(Available for iOS only)

If the value is true, VMware Browser does not auto-close the tab that launches an external application.

If the value is false, VMware Browser auto-closes the tab that an external application.

{BrowserDisableWebclip":"true"} Boolean True or False

(Available for Android and iOS)

By default, the Webclips are shown in the Browser Bookmarks. If the value is set to true, the Webclips do not appear in the Browser Bookmarks.

Admin Policies for Privacy and Data Collection

Use the configuration keys in the UEM console to perform additional privacy disclosure and data collection practices. End users who are upgrading or beginning to use the latest version (from v6.14 onwards on iOS and Android platform) are presented with new privacy dialog screen upon the application launch.

The privacy dialog screen lets the user know the following device information is fetched by the application:

  • Data collected by the app – Provides a summary of data that is collected and processed by the application. Some of this data will be visible to administrators of the Workspace ONE UEM administration console.
  • Device Permissions – Provides a summary of device permissions requested for the app to enable product features and functionality, such as push notifications to the device.
  • Company's privacy policy – By default, a message will be shown to the user to contact their employer for more information. We recommend customers to configure their privacy policy URL in the UEM console. Once configured, the user will be able to open the employer’s privacy policy within the app.

Enter the configuration key and the corresponding value into the Custom Settings under Groups & Settings > All Settings > Apps > Settings and Policies > Settings to enable privacy and data collection policies.

Configuration Key Value Type Configuration Value Description
{ "PolicyAllowFeatureAnalytics" } Integer

0 - disabled

1 - enabled (default)

This is a Feature analytics data collection admin policy that controls whether the end users see the Data Sharing opt-in during configuration of the Browser.

When set to 0, the data sharing screen is forced off to the user. When set to 1, the data sharing screen is displayed to the user.

Note:

Feature analytics data is collected for VMware to improve existing product features and invent new ones to make users even more productive.

{ "PolicyAllowCrashReporting" } Boolean

True

False

This is a Crash reporting data collection admin policy that controls the application reporting diagnostic data, which can be used to troubleshoot crash issues and provide support.

If true, crash reports are reported back to VMware.

If false, crash reports are not reported back to VMware. Thus impacting the efficiency in investigating and resolving any issues with the application.

{ "PrivacyPolicyLink" } String "https://www.url.com"

Provide the company or customer privacy policy URL that the users can view a specific privacy disclosure web page directly with the Browser.

Note:

This policy overrides the default company privacy policy URL.

SCEP Integrated Authentication

Use the integrated authentication with authentication type set to SCEP certificates in the UEM console by configuring the following key value pairs.

Configuration Key Value Type Configuration Value Description
ScepPendingRetryTimeout Integer Min and max values Provide the time duration after which the SCEP pending retry will timeout.
ScepPendingMaxRetryAttempts Integer Min and max values Provide the maximum retry count for the SCEP certificate to update on the device.