Configure rules that control how devices are assigned to organization groups following enrollment in Workspace ONE UEM powered by AirWatch. You are limited to one custom attribute assignment rule per organization group.
- Ensure that you are currently in a customer type organization group.
- Navigate to .
- Set Device Assignment Rules to Enabled.
- Set the Type to Organization Group by Custom Attribute.
- Select Save.
- Navigate to
and create a custom attribute if you have not already done so.See Creating Custom Attributes for more information.
- Navigate to .
- Select the Organization Group to which the rule assigns devices.
- Select Add Rule to configure the logic of the rule.
Setting Description Attribute/Application
This custom attribute determines device assignment.
This operator compares the Attribute to the Value to determine if the device qualifies for the product.
When using more than one Operator in a rule, you must include a Logical Operator between each Operator.Note:
When making an assignment rule, comparisons using the less than (<) and greater than (>) operators (and their variants) can only be used to compare numerical values including integers.
The exception is when you are comparing OEM build versions, you can apply < and > operators on non-numerical ASCII strings. An example is when an OEM update filename includes hyphens, periods, and other characters together with numbers. Such assignment rules must identify a device manufacturer in the rule logic and that comparison is deemed accurate when the format on the device matches the one specified on the server.
Value All values from all applicable devices are listed here for the Attribute selected for the rule. Add Logical Operator Select to display a drop-down menu of logical operators such as AND, OR, NOT, and parentheses. Allows for more complex rules.
- Select Save after configuring the logic of the rule.