After you have created and assigned profiles, you will need a way to manage these settings one at a time and remotely from a single source. The Devices > Profiles & Resources > Profiles provides a centralized way to organize and target profiles.
You can create tailor-made lists of device profiles based on the criteria you specify by using Filters, Layout, and Column Sorting. You can also export these lists to a CSV file suitable for viewing with Excel and see the status of the device profile.
View only the desired profiles by using the following filters.
Enables you to customize the column layout of the listing.
|Export||Save a CSV file (comma-separated values) of the entire List View that can be viewed and analyzed in Excel. If you have a filter applied to the List View, the exported listing reflects the filtered results.|
|Column Sorting||Select the column heading to toggle the sorting of the list.|
In both the Summary and Custom views, the Profile Details column, each profile features an icon representing the payload type.
– Single payload types feature a unique icon for that individual payload type.
– Profiles featuring multiple payloads of the same type feature a number badge in the upper-right corner of the icon.
– Profiles featuring multiple payloads of differing types feature a generic icon with a number badge.
|Installed Status||This column shows the status of a profile installation by displaying three icon indicators, each with a hypertext number link. Selecting this link displays the View Devices page, which is a listing of affected devices in the selected category.
|Radio button and Edit Icon||
The List View features a selection radio button and Edit icon, each to the left of the profile. Selecting the Edit icon ( ) enables you to make basic changes to the profile configuration. Selecting a single radio button causes the Devices button, the XML button, and More Actions button to appear above the listing.