Provide end users with device side access to the corporate content using the VMware Content Locker app. The configurations set in the UEM console determine the level of freedom provided to end users accessing corporate content from their devices.

  1. Navigate to Groups & Settings > All Settings > Content > Applications > Content Locker.
  2. Configure the Settings and Policies settings.
    Setting Description
    Application Profile

    Set to define the security policies and settings used by this application.

    Leave as Default and configure the Recommended Default SDK settings to define app behavior using Workspace ONE UEM recommendations.

    Alternatively, select Custom application settings to override the default SDK settings and configure a unique set off behaviors for the app.

    For more information, including the differences between these "custom" profiles and the "default" security policies, please see MAM Functionality With Settings and Policies and the AirWatch SDK.

    iOS Profile Select a custom-created SDK profile from the drop-down list.
    Android Profile Select a custom-created SDK profile from the drop-down list.
    Use Legacy Settings and Policies Only enable legacy settings if directed to do so by a Workspace ONE UEM representative. Legacy settings do not leverage Shared SDK profile settings and should only be implemented in certain edge cases.
    Default Authentication Method Select the authentication method for the applications.
    Enable "Keep me signed in" Enable to allow end users to remain signed in between uses.
    Maximum Number of Failed Attempt Set the number of passcode entry attempts allowed before all data in the VMware Content Locker will be wiped from a device.
    Authentication Grace Period (min) Enter the time (in minutes) after closing the VMware Content Locker before reopening the VMware Content Locker will require users to enter credentials again.
    Prevent Compromised Devices Enable to prevent compromised devices from accessing VMware Content Locker.
    Enable Offline Login Compliance Enable to allow offline login compliance.
    Maximum Number of Offline Logins Enter the number of offline logins allowed before you have to go online.
  3. Configure the General settings.
    Setting Description
    Numbers of Days to Keep Content New Select the number of days recently added documents will be labeled as new in the VMware Content Locker.
    Block Enrollment via Content Locker, Boxer, and Browser

    Enable to prevent enrollment through VMware Content Locker, VMware Boxer, and VMware Browser.

    If Content Locker uses the VMware AirWatch SDK for iOS in Objective-C, then MDM enrollment is required for the single-sign on SDK setting to function correctly.

    Change Repository Name Enable to change the repository name in the Root Repository Name field that appears.
    Root Repository Name Enter the new repository name you want to use.
    Allow Hyperlinks Enable to allow end users to open hyperlinks located in documents in the Open Internet Links with field that appears.
    Open Internet Links with Select the application in which to open hyperlinks.
    Local Storage

    Enable to provide a storage alternative for user content. Local storage saves on the device and doesn't sync with other Personal Content in the cloud.

    Disable local storage to force all user content to save in a location that syncs with other Personal Content in the cloud.

    Upload on Wi-Fi Only Enable to restrict uploads from VMware Content Locker to Wi-Fi connections only.
  4. Implement the Terms of Use agreement for your app.
  5. Assign Notifications to Content Locker applications for the specified platform:
    Setting Description
    Application Type Indicate as System or Internal.
    Application Name Assign to the application.
    Bundle ID Assign to the application.
    Badge Count

    Set to Required, Updates Only or None.

    Required: Badge Count represents the number of required documents that the User has not opened through the Content Locker.

    Updates Only (For Downloaded Content): Badge Count represents the number of downloaded documents that have updates or new versions available.

    None: Badge Counts are disabled for Content Locker.

  6. Set the Client Download for VMware Content Locker for Windows PC to Enabled to allow your end users to download the Content Locker for their desktop from the Self-Service Portal.

    Leave Disabled if your organization uses an enterprise deployment of VMware Content Locker for Windows PC.

  7. Select Save.