Default browser settings for Secure Browser (WorkPlace Persona policy)
Use the Browser Defaults settings to customize the behavior of Secure Browser on devices.
The following table describes the settings that you can configure for Secure Browser:
|Policy setting||Description||Supported devices|
|Configure browser defaults||
||iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Windows 10+|
|Advanced settings||Enable kiosk mode: Certain functions of the browser such as entering
URLs and managing bookmarks are disabled.
Launch sites in full screen mode: If this setting is enabled, the user cannot enter URLs or manage Android settings in the browser. (iOS, Android)
|iOS, Android, Windows Phone App 1.70 to 2.1|
|Revert to Home page on inactivity
|Allow caching: The browser caches web content.||iOS 2.2+, Android 5.75+|
|Accept cookies: The browser accepts cookies from sites that the user visits.||iOS, Android|
|Enable file downloads: The user can download files from the browser.||Android, Windows Phone, Windows 10+|
|Allow all 3rd party cookies: The browser accept cookies from third-party sites.||Android 5.25+|
|Enforce SafeSearch in Google: The Google Chrome browser uses SafeSearch mode to filter explicit search results.||Android|
|Override user agent: The browser's user agent string that identifies
specific browser versions is overwritten by Secure Browser.
|Allow custom protocol: The browser can launch apps that handle
specific protocols. The following custom protocols are always supported by the Secure Browser:
||Android Browser 1.30+|
|Custom headers for HTTP requests: The administrator can define custom
headers for access control. Enable this setting if you are using a reverse proxy in front of the
|Disable remember form data: The autofill feature is disabled in the browser.||Android 6.10+|
|Enable certificate-based authentication for web pages: The browser
requires the user to authenticate with an identity certificate to access websites.
|Application timers||Data collection frequency: This timer is used by the agent to collect browser data locally on the device. The default value is 12 hours.||iOS, Android, Windows Phone App 3.0+|
|Visited site upload frequency: This timer is used by the agent to track data uploads from websites. The default value is 12 hours.||iOS, Android, Windows Phone App 3.0+|
|Data group frequency: This timer is used by the agent to collect data about URLs or domains that are visited frequently by the device. The default value is 12 hours.||iOS, Android|
|Heartbeat frequency: This timer is used by the agent to periodically check in with the MaaS360 Portal for policy updates. The default value is 12 hours.||iOS, Android|