Workspace ONE UEM recommends using default settings for ease of maintenance and a consistent end user experience between Workspace ONE UEM and wrapped apps. However, Custom SDK setting are available to address cases where a single app needs to exhibit unique behaviors that differ from the rest of the app suite.
Enable Custom Applications Settings to override default SDK settings, and configure unique behaviors that only apply to a single app.
|Authentication Method||Defaults to Single Sign-On. Ensure you require MDM enrollment so that Single Sign-On can function properly.|
|iOS Profile||Select a custom-created SDK profile from the drop-down list the settings profile for iOS devices.|
|Android Profile||Select a custom-created SDK profile from the drop-down list the settings profile for Android devices.|
|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 is wiped from a device and the device is enterprise wiped.|
|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.|