Run the following steps to create both Alex and Chris users and a configured passport code policy. This happens, so it will be easy for you to try the quick guide. For security reasons, the MobX administration asked Chris to update the passport code policy for all Android devices, so that a user of the device could enter the wrong password only four times. If a user does not enter the correct password in the fourth test, the device is not accessible for 15 minutes. This can be set in the WSO2 IoT server by updating the existing passport code policy. Chris follows the steps below to update the policy: I would like to connect my Android phone to the WSO2 server on Windows 10, I followed the instructions: Quick start After entering the server`s IP and its port and user login information, the message “Consultation Policy Agreement” appeared and after a while, the message changed to: “Failed registration, please contact the administrator.” Once the policy has been transferred to the device, Alex receives a notification to update the device`s password/password code to meet the requirements of the directive. Click SAVE – PUBLISH to activate the policy as soon as the device registers on WSO2 IoT Server. Click Save to save the set-up profile, or click ENREGISTRER – PUBLISH to save and publish the profile configured as an active policy in the database. It is mandatory that the directive be assigned to Alex`s mobile device, which is why Chris clicks on SAVE – PUBLISH to activate the policy as soon as the device registers on WSO2 IoT Server.
Learn more about WSO2 Cloud: wso2.com/cloud Check out the online documentation at: docs.wso2.com/display/IoTS310/Android+Device. WSO2 Android Agent developers can be contacted via mailing lists: the ability to use multiple cloud services and implement a solution completely at the solution scale. Check out the WSO2 IoT server dashboard by logging into the WSO2 IoT Server console, using chris as a username and chrisadmin as a password: :9443/devicemgt. You will then see the new iotMobileUser roll, 3 new policies (only 2 guidelines will be created if you haven`t set up WSO2 IoT Server for iOS) and 2 new users added with these scripts. Camera details: Other device details. Battery level, memory, etc. With location operations, Alex discovers that the device is in Chris` office. Alex calls Chris and asks Chris to call back from the device.
Once you`ve successfully created an account and logged into WSO2 Cloud, you can see the cloud offerings you can try. Alex can now browse the Device Management page, view device-specific information, and perform device-specific operations, as explained below: MobX wants to make sure employees can only download mobile apps available through the MobX App Store.