These are the questions asked during Mobile Device Management Training
In the case of Android devices, the user can enable "Prevent users from removing ME MDM app from the device" option under "Enrollment Settings".
In the case of supervised iOS devices, Under "Profiles", Disable the restriction "Uninstalling Apps". This will prevent the users from deleting apps from the devices.
The licenses purchased using Managed Distribution, from ABM can be reused. If an app is distributed to a device, a license will be used. Once the app is removed from the device, the license will be added back to your account and can be used to distribute an app to another device.
Mobile Device Manager Plus allows admins to send out various app configurations to devices along with the apps. This is supported for both iOS and Android apps. These configurations can be applied only if they are provisioned by the respective app developer.
Only if you are using Exchange Server 2010, enable Basic Authentication to configure Conditional Exchange Access. Follow the steps given here to configure it.
The admin can choose the displacement of the device upon which the location is to be tracked. The location history of the devices can be exported as a CSV file.
Yes, Mobile Device Manager Plus provides support for Apple Business Manager.
In case of supervised devices, the location can remotely be turned on from the server when needed. In addition, in case of Android devices, turning off the location services can be restricted by navigating to Profiles-> Restrictions->Location Settings.
Both paid and free apps can be distributed to iOS devices by integrating Mobile Device Manager Plus with Apple Business Program. This service is provided by Apple free of cost. The advantages of ABM are that we can distribute these apps in bulk without any user intervention. The user doesn't need to associate an iTunes account with the devices.
Supervision provides admins additional control over iOS devices like silently distributing apps. Supervision does not restrict the users from customising their apps or data as long as it complies with the organization's policies.
Mobile Device Manager Plus can track devices when they contact the server. If the location tracking command has been initiated from the server, it will provide the location of the device when it is turned on the next time.
Mobile Device Manager Plus provides admins the options to pin webpages to the user's homescreen using a feature called web shortcuts. This can be applied by navigating to Profiles->Web shortcuts and adding the webpages to this policy.
Yes, that's possible. If the app has been distributed by the admin using Mobile Device Manager Plus, it'll be available in the container. If the user installs the app, it'll be available outside the container.
Users will have to approve a remote session at least once. While approving the session, they can choose to approve just the current session or all the sessions by clicking on "Do not show again."
Admin can distribute and update contacts on iOS devices by configuring Contact Sync profile, which makes use of CardDAV to manage contacts. Contacts on Android devices can be synced while creating an Exchange ActiveSync profile.
The apps can be distributed only if the .apk file is uploaded to the Mobile Device Manager Plus App Repository.
To blacklist apps that are not currently available on any device, the admin can manually add the apps to the App Repository and blacklist them.