After deploying applications, you can confirm their assignment and installation from the
Workspace ONE UEM console. You can also manage application versions and deploy new updated applications. Use access policies to manage access to SaaS applications.
Manage Custom Notifications Update end users about changes to applications and books through custom notifications. You can send messages using email, SMS, or push notification.
Benefits of Deploying your applications as Managed Workspace ONE UEM can deploy your applications as managed and unmanaged. The Workspace ONE UEM console can perform particular tasks for the managed content that it cannot perform for the unmanaged content.
Native List View Settings and Descriptions of your Application The Native List View is a central location to sort, filter, and search for data so you can perform management functions on internal, public, purchased, and web applications. Each Native List View in Resources is slightly different and available functions vary, so the system does not display every option for every application type.
Details View Settings and Descriptions of your Application The Details View of an application is an alternative page to perform management functions and audit information about internal applications and public applications that are part of a Microsoft Store for Business deployment.
Organize your Applications with Application Category Application categories help organize your applications and help device users find applications easier. Use them to help organize applications in the console and in a resource catalog.
Manage Active and Inactive Status of your Application The active or inactive status marks applications as available or unavailable for versioning features such as retire and roll back. If you try to version an application and it is the wrong status, then you might not make the expected version of an application available to your device users.
Install and Remove Applications using The Manage Devices Action You can use the Manage Devices option to install and remove many applications at once, to notify many devices at once, and to reinvite users to the Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP).
Alternatives for Deleting your Application You might occasionally need to delete applications to free up space and to remove unused applications. However, the delete action removes applications and all their versions, permanently, from Workspace ONE UEM. As an alternative, Workspace ONE UEM offers the menu items to deactivate and retire applications. Review the differences between deactivating, retiring, and deleting before you perform any deleting actions to decide if the deactivation or retirement of applications can meet your needs.
Deactivating your Application Deactivating an application, removes it from devices and makes the version inactive. Depending on their relation to the inactive version, Workspace ONE UEM pushes or makes available active versions to devices. A benefit of deactivation is that you can reverse an inactive status in the future.
Retiring your Application You can retire an application and this action has several outcomes depending on the push mode, application status, and the configuration of the Retire Previous Version option.
Manage your User-Installed Application Workspace ONE UEM can assume management of user-installed applications (iOS and Windows) without requiring the deletion of the previously installed application. Workspace ONE UEM labels the feature Make App MDM Managed if User Installed.
Manage your Applications from Workspace ONE To take the advantage of the Workspace ONE experience, integrate Workspace ONE UEM and Workspace ONE UEM. You can use it as a unified app catalog to distribute numerous types of applications.
Manage your Per-App VPN and Native Applications Workspace ONE UEM has several options for editing or removing the per-app VPN profile assigned to native applications.
Manage your Application Groups and Compliance You can use application groups (app groups) and compliance policies to protect resources in your Workspace ONE UEM environment.Application groups identify permitted and restricted applications so that compliance policies can act on devices that do not follow protective standards.