Enhancements & Bug fixes between Build 92000 and 10.1.2006.12
Mobile Device Manager Plus is now enhanced with Flat UI and ManageEngine logo has been modified.
MDM now supports management of Windows 10 laptops, desktops and tablets.
You can now renew APNs even after it has expired.
MDM now supports changing the Apple ID used previously for configuring APNs.
Custom columns have been enhanced to include details regarding device office location, IP address etc., in MDM and lets you search for devices using their phone number.
MDM now supports containerization of Android devices running 5.0 or later versions, using Android for Work
MDM now supports device name update for Supervised iOS devices and Windows 10 devices.
MDM now provides granular iOS device details regarding cloud back up and supports generating reports for the same.
Introducing Document Viewer in ME MDM iOS app, to securely save and organize corporate e-mail attachments.
MDM now supports configuring sync settings during roaming, for Android devices.
MDM now notifies Administrators through mail, when device management is revoked by users.
MDM now supports automatic removal of apps/profiles, when the device is removed from the group and allows deletion of the Default Groups which are not in use.
PGSQL has been migrated from 9.4.5 to 9.5.6 and binary backup of PostgreSQL database has been introduced.
Connecting to APNs, for iOS devices, does not require Port 2195 anymore
Provision for adding devices directly to multiple groups is now supported
You can now add all your devices including already purchased ones into the Device Enrollment Program. Learn how.
Mobile Device Manager Plus introduces new editions - standard and professional for better mobile device management.
Mobile Device Manager Plus introduces Content Management - Distribute documents to devices with just a few clicks!
Mobile Device Manager Plus API now available publicly.
Content Mgmt file size limit increased to 1 GB
Introducing Content Management, to remotely distribute documents to managed Windows devices OTA.
MDM now lets you automate local administrator account creation on Mac devices, simplifying system configuration installations, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
Mobile Device Manager Plus now allows admins to provide access to corporate data based on SafetyNet Attestation.
MDM now lets you upload certificates having subject and distinguished names (DN) upto 500 characters.
You can now integrate Azure AD with Mobile Device Manager Plus MSP on-premises and Cloud editions.
Mobile Device Manager Plus now integrates with ManageEngine Analytics Plus to offer out-of-the-box analytics for all your managed devices.
Apps, profiles, documents will be automatically distributed to devices that were re-enrolled using admin enrollment upon performing factory reset.
Additional support for integrating GSuite and Okta Directory services has been introduced.
MDM now allows you to integrate with Zoho Assist using OAuth for authorization.
Character limit of email field in the Notify when device is unmanaged option is now increased to 1000 characters.
MDM now notifies admins about the recently released build details on the console, to ensure the server remains updated.
Case sensitivity of CSV file header field names has now been removed.
Reflected Cross Site Scripting Vulnerabilities have been fixed.
Issues with rendering graph labels in non-English languages, have been fixed.
MDM now supports configuring sync settings during roaming, for Android devices.
Issues in Direct Mode of communication in Android have been fixed.
Issues with uploading SSL certificates, have been fixed.
Issues with associating profiles and apps to newly added devices in AD user groups have now been fixed.
Issues in Directory Sync having large attributes have been fixed.
Issues with displaying the custom logo on MDM have now been fixed.
Issues with selecting Google Authenticator as the mode of authentication, while enabling two-factor authentication have now been fixed.
Security fixes for preventing users from including any arbitrary file in the MDM server.
Issues in iOS devices encountering security errors and becoming unmanaged in few occasions, have been fixed.
Security fixes for preventing users from performing a path traversal in the MDM server to include any arbitrary file.
The recently discovered vulnerability (CVE-2020-1938) in Apache Tomcat has been mitigated in Mobile Device Manager Plus.
Security fixes for remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2020-10189).
Security fixes for arbitrary file upload vulnerability in Windows app dependency upload functionality that was reported by Wei.
Enrollment methods such as Apple Configurator 2.2. for iOS/iPadOS devices, QR Code enrollment for Android devices and ICD enrollment for Windows devices have been introduced.
Android NFC enrollment is now enhanced to support changing of app distribution source
MDM now supports device enrollment even after expiry of AD credentials.
Details of the administrator who initiated the enrollment request, can now be viewed in MDM.
Usage of platform-specific enrollment requests in other platform devices, has been handled.
Modifying the authentication type for pending enrollment requests by changing the authentication mode, is now supported in MDM
Windows Phone agent now supports enrollment of Windows 10 Mobile running Redstone build.
You can sync MDM with Active Directory or Azure AD to update user details such as e-mail etc., automatically, enable auto-suggestions from Active Directory and use dynamic variables for AD user properties in enrollment mails and profiles.
MDM now supports automated user assignment and skipping the Setup Wizard screens on device activation, in ABM.
Administrators can now restrict Self-Enrollment to specific AD groups in an organization.
Invite-based enrollment for Android and iOS has now been enhanced to support QR code, leading to quick and hassle-free enrollment process
MDM now supports quicker onboarding for Windows 10 machines, with the new Admin enrolment method.
You can now easily add users to MDM from the Enrollment tab.
MDM now lets you add devices to multiple groups simultaneously during enrollment, for faster association of apps and policies.
MDM now automatically assigns users to Windows 10 devices enrolled using Azure Enrollment.
You can now allow users to automatically assign devices enrolled using Knox Mobile Enrollment, using their directory credentials.
You can now configure minimum period of device inactivity using Inactive Device Policy.
You can now auto-assign devices to multiple Groups during ABM enrollment.
Issues in signing MDM profiles during iOS device enrollment have been fixed.
Issues in syncing devices while migrating from one ABM server to another, have been fixed in MDM.
Issues in enrolling Windows devices after AET expiry, have been fixed.
Issues in enrolling devices through Apple DEP and assigning them to user have been fixed
Issues pertaining to device enrollment when multiple customers are managed by the same user have now been fixed.
RunAsAdmin dependency has been removed while enrolling devices using Windows Laptop Enrollment.
Issues with scanning devices enrolled via self-enrollment have now been fixed.
Issues with fetching the error remarks during bulk user assignment have now been fixed.
Issues with re-enrolling devices using Admin enrollment methods have now been fixed.
Issues in enrolling Windows 10 version 2004 using Laptop and Surface Pro enrollment method have been fixed.
MDM introduces new profiles: Web Content Filter, Global HTTP Proxy, Certificates, SCEP and Web Shortcuts for Android, iOS and Windows devices.
Appropriate DB Migration handling for Conditional Exchange Access Feature
Infinite mail syncing in Exchange ActiveSync Payload is now supported in Samsung devices.
MDM now alerts users, in case the VPP token is revoked.
You can now easily delete profiles without disassociating them from devices, using Trash Mode.
Restrict bluetooth and browser capabilities, with the new set of restrictions and policies introduced for Windows 10 devices.
Conditional Exchange Access(CEA) support for Exchange Server 2016.
Bulk uploading APN details is now supported in MDM, for easier distribution of APN policies.
Easily deploy Exchange Online configurations settings for all your organization users into secure containers.
Introducing Access Point Name(APN) for Samsung devices, to configure Cellular Data-based communications on the managed devices.
Conditional Exchange Access(CEA) configuration is simplified, with reduced PowerShell requirements.
Provision to import SSL Certificates with extensions .jks and .keystore has been introduced.
Introducing Managed Web Domains, Custom wallpaper, AirPrint payload for iOS devices.
VPN for iOS devices now supports new connection type, Internet Key Exchange(IKE) v2, Pulse Secure VPN, SonicWALL MobileConnect, Aruba VIA, Check Point Mobile VPN, Cisco AnyConnect new app.
Wi-Fi for Windows devices now supports new EAP method, Transport Layer Security(TLS).
MDM now let's you apply passcode specifically to the work profile, in Android devices running 7.0 or above versions.
MDM now supports instant prevention of corporate data leakage, from rooted Android devices.
You can now optionally allow users to access basic settings such as Wi-Fi, screen brightness, flashlight and screen rotation in Kiosk-provisioned Android devices.
New restrictions, security policies and policies to manage Apple Classroom app, for iOS 11 and above devices, are now supported.
Display your organization details and device details on Android lock screen using Asset Tag Information.
Mobile Device Manager Plus now lets you replicate previously created profiles using profile cloning.
Introducing Mac FileVault, to encrypt every single bit of data present as a background process without affecting productivity
You can now set OEM-specific configurations in Android devices using OEMConfig app.
Passcode policy for Windows has been enhanced to support additional settings such as Windows Hello PIN, minimum passcode age, etc.
You can now create multiple Wi-Fi configurations within a single profile.
MDM now allows admins to apply any Windows configuration to devices using the Custom Configuration profile.
Introducing Asset Tag Information for iOS devices, which lets you display vital device data on the lockscreen
MDM has now enhanced Web Clips for iOS, to support creation of multiple web clips in a single policy
MDM now supports removal of VPP token from the server
MDM now supports new iOS VPN type, CustomSSL - for both VPN and per-app VPN policies
MDM lets you create a role specifically for catering to OS update management
You can now configure the idle time before auto-lock even when the passcode is removed from iOS devices.
Introducing VPN for Windows devices, to ensure secure access to corporate data, even outside the enterprise.
Introducing Per-app VPN for Windows devices, to ensure auto-configuration of VPN for corporate apps.
Replicate your organization hierarchy with Active Directory and Office 365 Group Sync, simplifying management with User Groups having devices of different OS platforms.Learn More
Turn off USB restricted mode by allowing USB accessories to connect to devices even when locked
Prevent users from sharing or requesting passwords from devices in proximity
Touch ID is now supported as an authentication mode for autofill
Remotely enable or disable Bluetooth on devices and enforce the selected state
MDM now support newer policies such as Application Policy, Verified Access etc, for Chrome OS devices.
You can now configure multiple Web shortcuts in the same profile for Android devices.
You can now distribute documents and media files to User Groups via Content management.
Mobile Device Manager Plus now lets you manage Siri data logging, eSIM settings and Personal Hotspot in iOS 12.2 devices.
Mobile Device Manager Plus now allows admins to configure Gatekeeper settings and various other restrictions like content caching, iCloud sync.
Introducing Firmware Password for Mac machines, to secure your confidential data from unauthorized usage.
Introducing AD asset binding, for remote addition of Mac machines to Active Directory.
Mobile Device Manager Plus now lets you prevent users from turning off Wi-Fi on managed iOS devices.
You can now choose to sync Exchange data such as mail, calendar, notes, contacts, etc., with your iOS 13 devices using Exchange ActiveSync policy.
You can now choose to authenticate VPN using a password or a certificate or a combination of both for your iOS 13 devices.
Issues in specifying Bypass URLs while configuring Wi-Fi proxy for Android devices have now been fixed.
Exchange ActiveSync by default syncs mails to managed Android devices upon configuration.
Issues in displaying suggestions for dynamic variables while configuring Android APN have now been fixed.
You can now restrict settings like keyboard swipe and Find My Friends, configure Kiosk voice control, and choose a new Wi-Fi security type for your iOS 13 devices.
MDM now supports silent distribution of MSIX apps to Windows 10 devices.
You can now deploy your native Windows Group Policy via MDM
You can now remotely approve kernel and system extensions for macOS using MDM.
MDM now supports Per-App VPN for Mac devices.
Configuring Mac-specific policies is now easier with Mac Profiles customized for macOS.
Configuring Apple TV policies is now easier with profiles customized for tvOS.
You can now configure DNS and Forwarding routes in Always on VPN for Android devices.
MDM now simplifies the creation and distribution of trust and user-specific certificates with Certificate Repository.
MDM now supports new device and user based restrictions for Chrome OS devices, such as connecting to virtual machines, disabling screen lock, and displaying user names and avatars on the login screen.
MDM now supports auto-renewal of client certificates issued using SCEP.
Mobile Device Manager Plus now supports Exchange Online Powershell V2 module, for importing data from Exchange Online.
Issues in uploading VPP token in certain language versions of MDM have been fixed.
Issues in iOS profiles containing Wallpaper policy not sent to devices, have been fixed.
Issues in displaying the latest version of the profile on the dedicated profile view, have been fixed
Issues in not displaying the saved details of an Android or Windows Exchange profile have been fixed
Issues with configuring the access policy for Conditional Exchange Access (CEA) have now been fixed.
Issues that prevented users from saving the Per App VPN profile with Packet Tunnelling have been fixed.
You can now configure CEA using your Username.
Update policy will now install the next OS update version instead of the latest version available after the specified period.
Manage and distribute app updates easily from a single view
Introducing Android for Work, which provides advanced app management capabilities and configuration features
MDM now supports Kiosk mode for Core Android devices, running OS 5.0 or later versions
MDM now supports migration of Non-VPP apps to VPP-purchased apps.
Apps configured in MDM to require Apple ID for installation, can now be modified for installation without Apple ID.
MDM now supports modifying app permissions and applying configurations to managed iOS apps and Android devices.
MDM now supports silent installation of Play Store apps, using Android for Work
MDM now supports viewing installed apps in Windows 10 devices.
Managed App shortcuts are automatically created on Android device Home screen while distribution
App Store apps distributed to iOS devices, can now be updated using MDM
You can now install enterprise apps silently on Windows 10 devices, without uploading an AET.
MDM now supports provisioning multiple apps under Kiosk, in iOS devices.
MDM now supports seamless migration of iOS app licenses, when app installation type is changed to not require Apple ID.
App updates have been enhanced to offer the Administrator modify the notifications as well as enable silent updates.
Android for Work(AfW) now optimized in MDM - You can now setup AfW without G-Suite.
Android app installation is now fully automated, from adding accounts in Play Store to installing apps in the managed devices.
MDM now supports automatic installation of Kiosk-provisioned Android apps, if the apps are not present on the device.
MDM now supports silent installation of Play Store apps for Samsung devices running 6.0 or later versions, using Android for Work
You can now view the installed and distributed app version in the 'App Distribution' page.
MDM now supports silent installation of Play Store apps for all Android devices, using Android for Work.
You can now add the new Files app in Kiosk mode for iOS 11 devices
You can now automate Store App Updates.
You can now ensure only managed devices can access your Office 365 applications with the Office 365 Conditional Access feature.
MDM now allows you to secure corporate data even on unmanaged apps.
MDM now automatically creates user account when Kiosk Mode is set up in Windows 10 devices.
Allow access to unmanaged apps to access managed contacts
Allow the managed apps to save contacts in unmanaged accounts
You can now install App Store apps using VPP on Apple TV devices
You can now manage Measure and Activity, pre-installed apps available from iOS 12, in Kiosk profile.
MDM now lets you configure Bluetooth, Hotspot and Tethering under Custom Settings app in Kiosk provisioned Android devices.
You can now configure the volume levels on Kiosk provisioned Android devices.
You can now configure a Default app which if inactive for a specified time period, will be automatically launched on Android devices provisioned with Multi app Kiosk.
Mobile Device Manager Plus now lets you provision multiple apps under Kiosk for Windows laptops and desktops.
MDM now lets you test beta versions of enterprise apps before deployment into production environment.
Issues with loading the app distribution status view while syncing with Apple App Store, have now been fixed.
You can now control the automatic distribution of apps to devices and groups while configuring a multi-app Kiosk profile.
MDM now automatically distributes dependency files for Windows Business Store apps.
You can now sort apps in the App Catalog based on added time and app name.
MDM now lets you lock down Apple TVs with system apps using Kiosk mode.
Issues with notification mails, which specifies details regarding blacklisted apps have been fixed.
Issues in adding enterprise Android apps have been fixed
Issues with uploading Apple enterprise apps have now been fixed.
Issues related to user level app blacklisting on assigning and reassigning devices to users during enrollment is now fixed.
Mobile Device Manager Plus now lets you blacklist system apps on iOS devices
Issues with app installation count mismatch while generating App Reports have now been fixed.
Issues which caused app configurations to reset to default during app updates have now been fixed.
Issues with displaying the app update badge and Update All button have now been fixed
Issues in listing the groups while distributing beta app versions using MS SQL database have now been fixed.
Issues in adding iOS enterprise apps with alphanumeric value in version number, have been fixed.
Issues in replacing the legacy VPP token with ABM token have been fixed.
Issues in removing apps from devices using API have been fixed.
On modifying Apple Business Manager apps, issues which converted them into regular store apps and prevented silent installation have now been fixed.
Issues with automatically updating Apple app icons on MDM, as available on iTunes have been fixed.
Issues in applying single app Kiosk mode when the enterprise app is not already present on the device is now fixed
Issues in uploading .ipa file in Ad-hoc app distribution have been fixed
Geo-Tracking in MDM has been enhanced to support both Google Maps and ZOHO Maps.
Windows 10 devices can be located, even without installing the MDM app in the devices.
Tracking and securing lost devices, using Lost Mode has been introduced.
Lost Mode has been enhanced to support additional features such as displaying custom message and providing call functionality in the lock screen etc., in Android devices.
Location accuracy has been enhanced in Android devices, to view the device location near real-time in the MDM Server.
MDM now supports remote restarting of Windows 10 devices.
Introducing Location History, to view and store locations traversed by the device over a specified time period.
Introducing Remote Control for Android devices and remote viewing for iOS devices, to identify and troubleshoot issues real time over-the-air
Remote Control has now been enhanced with additional real-time status updates, shown while initializing remote session.
Scheduled reports now supports new criteria filters 'Before N days' and 'Last N days'. This is usefult for reports such as the Inactive Device reports etc.
You can now view managed Android devices' Security Patch Level in the Inventory tab.
Introducing Geofencing, to ensure your devices do not leave a defined region and auto-executes security commands if they do.
Mobile Device Manager Plus now allows you to create geofences with radius as large as 500 kms.
Mac devices now support remote restart and shut down
You can now set a lock message during Remote Lock for Mac devices
You can now export the device location history with respective addresses.
MDM now supports Geotracking in Mac devices.
Issues with executing MDM security commands on iOS devices, from the ServiceDesk Plus console have now been fixed.
You can now access the IMEI numbers of devices using APIs to fetch the list of managed devices.
You can now select whether to receive scheduled reports when there is no data available.
MDM now supports editing Latitude and Longitude while creating a Geofence.
Issues in Location History where the device may not render its path on the map, have been fixed.
Issues in initiating Remote View for iOS devices using some Zoho Assist EU accounts, have been fixed
Issues with Edit device details and Restriction details shown in the Inventory view, have been fixed.
Issues with saving the name in different languages for devices, reports, fences, and fence policies have now been fixed.
Issues in the email subject while exporting device location with address have now been fixed.
Issues that prompted for location permission multiple times on Mac devices, have been fixed.
You can now schedule App by devices report to get details of the apps installed in specific devices.
Improved search in table with shortcut keys.
When exporting Installed apps in Devices tab as PDF, Device name and User ID will be added to the exported file.