Creating mobility policy configurations for iOS devices

The following settings configure iManage Mobility for IOS when you are not using a 3rd-Party MDM solution such as Blackberry Dynamics, MobileIron, or Intune.

NOTE:

This application is available to NRTAdmin users only.

  1. Select SETTINGS > iOS. The following iOS page appears:

    Figure: iOS page part 1
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    Figure: iOS page part 2

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  2. In the File Name field, enter a file name.
    The configuration files are saved in .immconfig format. Alternatively, you can upload an existing file to edit the policies. For more information, see Editing an Existing .immconfig File.

  3. Enable, disable or enter values for the following options:

    IMPORTANT:

    There are interdependencies that must be examined carefully in Managed App Configuration Policies.

    The following table lists the available policies (see Figure: iOS page part 1) in iManage Control Center and a brief description of their use in iManage Work 10 Mobility.

    Table: Policies

    Option

    Description

    Downloading

    Allows users to download documents from iManage Work Mobility for iOS to their mobile devices.

    This option is enabled by default.

    Printing

    Allows users to print documents in iManage Work Mobility for iOS through iOS AirPrint.

    This option is enabled by default.

    NOTE:

    If the open in send option is set to false, AirPrint is always disabled.

    AirDrop

    Allows users to use AirDrop to transfer documents in iManage Work Mobility for iOS to supported macOS computers and iOS devices.

    This option is enabled by default.

    Touch ID for Passcode

    Enables users to use Touch ID to sign in to iManage Work Mobility for iOS on their mobile device.

    This option is enabled by default.

    Native Mail

    Allows users to send documents as email attachment from iManage Work Mobility for iOS through the native email (Mail app) application.

    This option is enabled by default and does not affect document NRLs.

    Open In Send

    Allows users to send documents in iManage Work Mobility for iOS to other applications through the Open In feature.

    This option is enabled by default.

    Open In Receive

    Allows users to receive document(s) to iManage Work Mobility for iOS from other applications through the Open In feature.

    This option is enabled by default.

    App Extensions

    Prevents users from using Storage Provider Extension (SPE), which allows native applications to access documents from users device in a safe and convenient way.

    This option is enabled by default (SPE disabled).

    Privacy Curtain

    Enables Privacy Curtain, which is a security feature that obscures the contents of iManage Work Mobility for iOS when it is not active.

    This option is enabled by default.

    Demo Connection

    Shows the demonstration iManage system on the Sign In screen of iManage Work Mobility for iOS.

    This option is enabled by default.

    Number of passcode retries

    Sets the number of times a user can enter the app passcode, before all locally stored data is erased from the iOS mobile device (data in iManage is not impacted).
    By default, the Number of password retries option is set to 10 retries.

    Passcode grace period

    Sets the time delay before the App Lock is enforced when switching away from iManage Work Mobility for iOS. Users must enter the app passcode (or use Touch ID if configured) to sign in to iManage Work Mobility for iOS.
    By default, the Passcode grace period option is set to a 60 seconds.

  4. Enter the following Server Configuration details (see Figure: iOS page part 2):

    Table: Server configuration details

    Filed

    Description

    Server Name (Mandatory)

    Enter the iManage Work name that is displayed in the application to your end users.
    Example: Chicago

    Server UUID (Mandatory)

    Enter the UUID that uniquely identifies this entry. You can either enter the UUID or select Generate to generate a unique UUID.
    NOTE: After a UUID is assigned, the mapping between the UUID and server cannot be altered.

    Server URL (Mandatory)

    Enter the iManage Work URL.

    Server Authentication Type

    Standard

    Supports both Work credentials and domain/username and password for explicit network authentication.

    ADFS

    Displays an embedded web view where the user must follow whatever authentication procedures the company has defined for the ADFS implementation.
    Use this option for On-Premises ADFS.

    Common Login

    Provides a single sign-on for iManage Work client applications. The login dialog box maintains information about the currently signed-in user in its session cookie. iCC supports common login for SAML, explicit, and network login types.

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    Select this option if you want to add another server configuration details

  5. Select images/download/thumbnails/74450054/Screen_Shot_2019-01-07_at_5.07.35_PM.png to save your settings and download the .immconfig file.

    CAUTION:

    You must select the images/download/thumbnails/74450054/Screen_Shot_2019-01-07_at_5.07.35_PM.png before navigating away from the page.

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