01-16-2015 01:59 AM
Just configured our clearpass cluster (6.4.3) to talk to our Airwatch server and looking at the event log I can see messages saying
|Source||Endpoint Context Server|
|Category||airwatch: Endpoint details updated|
|Timestamp||Jan 16, 2015 09:22:43 GMT|
Updated 1 Endpoint details from airwatch
o.k. that's fine, and looking in the endpoint database I can see "stuff" that's been obtained via airwatch and I know I can build enforcement policies using that info. My question is, when you look the airwatch server configuration there are a number of actions (see below). I'm assuming that these are actions I can execute from clearpass. If so how? Any documentation?
|Clear Passcode||Reset Passcode on the device|
|Enterprise Wipe||Delete only corporate information stored|
|Get Apps||Get apps information for the device|
|Lock Device||Locks the device|
|Remote Wipe||Delete all information stored|
|Send Message||Send message to the device|
|Send Message (Parameterized)|
Send message with parameters to the device
01-16-2015 02:09 AM
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01-16-2015 09:06 AM - edited 01-16-2015 09:06 AM
Thats another items I need to do in more details.... how to action on a context-server-action in my EMM TechNote.
But in summary Yes, you can perform these actions against an endpoint... a simple way is to simple process one of these actions in a HTTP Enforcemnt Profile.... select Airwatch as the target system and then the action you want to perform. Tie this profile into a service.
And you are good to go.
Snr Tech Marketing Engineer - ClearPass
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