The Policy Summary is designed to give you a quick overview of a policy.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Policy Name
Edit the Policy Name and Settings.
2. Policy ID
Policy ID to quickly copy for your scripts.
3. Policy Certificate Warnings and Errors
If the MDM Profile, Automated Device Enrollment, or Apps and Books certificate and tokens will expire within 30 days for the selected policy, this area will show you a warning for the appropriate certificate or token.
Also note: Apple sends notices to the email that was used to create the MDM Certificates when 30, 7, and 1 day remain before the certificate expires.
If the MDM Profile, Automated Device Enrollment, or Apps and Books certificate and tokens has expired for the selected policy, this area will show an error for the expired certificate or token.
4. Add Devices
Add Devices directly from the Policy Summary.
5. Device Counts
Includes devices in the current policy and all of its child polices.
6a. Deploy Policy
Deploy confirmed changes to the current policy and its children and see the Deployment Status for the last time the Policy was deployed.
Devices enrolled in a policy will check for updates to that Policy every 30 minutes. Deploy is handy when you need to immediately push changes to all the devices in the current Policy and its children.
6b. Deployment Status
Open the Deployment Status form to quickly see outcomes of your last deployment.
6c. Confirm Changes
Quickly see any pending changes for the policy and confirm them so they may be deployed.
7. MDM Configuration Summaries
Provides quick information the settings for the current policies MDM Profile, Automated Device Enrollment, and Apps and Books settings.
The Enrollment Profile Summary will let you know if it is being inherited from a parent policy or your organization's Global MDM Profile.
8. Ability to delete the policy.
WARNING: If devices exist in a Policy that is deleted, the devices remain enrolled in Addigy. However those devices are no longer assigned to a policy.
For user's with the appropriate permissions, allows them to delete the selected policy. If a policy has children, the user is not allowed to delete the selected policy.