If you have previously selected to enable the Mobile Device Management feature in the Wizard settings, specify the settings for connecting the enterprise mobile devices of the managed organization. If you did not enable Mobile Device Management, this step is skipped.
At this step of the Wizard, you can do the following:
To set up the ports for connection of mobile devices:
The Administration Server properties window opens, displaying the Additional ports section.
You will have to configure authentication of the Administration Server by mobile devices and authentication of mobile devices by the Administration Server. If you want, you can configure authentication later, separately from the Quick Start Wizard.
To configure Administration Server authentication by mobile devices:
The Administration Server properties window opens, displaying the Certificates section.
When Administration Server exchanges data with client devices, it is authenticated through the use of a certificate.
By default, Administration Server uses the certificate that was created during Administration Server installation. If you want, you can add a new certificate.
To add a new certificate (optional):
The Browse button appears.
To reissue a certificate issued through Administration Server:
To set up issuance, automatic updating, and encryption of general-type certificates for identification of mobile devices by Administration Server:
The Certificate issuance rules window opens, displaying the Issuance of mobile certificates section.
Certificates are automatically reissued by a Certification Authority.
Select the Prompt for password during certificate installation check box to prompt the user for password when the certificate is installed on a mobile device. The password is used only once—during installation of the certificate on the mobile device.
The password will be automatically generated by Administration Server and sent to the email address that you specified. You can specify the user's email address, or your own email address if you want to use another method to forward the password to the user.
You can use the slider to specify the number of characters in the certificate decryption password.
The password prompting option is required, for example, to protect a shared certificate in a stand-alone Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android installation package. Password protection will prevent an intruder from obtaining access to the shared certificate through theft of the stand-alone installation package from Kaspersky Security Center Web Server.
If this check box is cleared, the certificate is automatically decrypted during installation and the user will not be prompted for a password. By default, this check box is cleared.
Click the Cancel button to return to the Quick Start Wizard without saving any changes made.
To enable the function for moving mobile devices to an administration group that you choose,
In the Automatic moving of mobile devices field, select the Create a moving rule for mobile devices check box.
If the Create a moving rule for mobile devices check box is selected, the application automatically creates a moving rule that moves devices running Android and iOS to the Managed devices group:
If such a rule already exists, the application does not create it again.
By default, this check box is cleared.
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