Applying compliance rules to devices
Follow these steps to apply compliance rules in the MaaS360® Portal to your mobile devices.
About this task
MaaS360 uses rule sets to check for compliance on devices. If a device is out of compliance with the defined rule set or condition, MaaS360 takes appropriate enforcement actions against the device.
Note: Only devices that are marked as Important on the View All Devices window are exempt from the actions that MaaS360 takes when a device is out of compliance.
From the MaaS360 Portal Home page, select .
The Compliance Rules window is displayed with the existing rules:
|Rule Set Name||The unique name of the compliance rule.|
|(Actions)||Use links on the window to view or change the rule set, apply a group to the rule set, set the rule set as the default, view audit history for the rule set, or delete the rule set.|
|Available for||The device groups that the rule sets are applied to.|
|Make Default||If selected, this rule set is the default rule set.|
|Edit||The existing policy is changed for the rule.|
|Assign||The rule is assigned to existing groups as the default rule or one time rule set for new devices.|
|Audit||A list of actions that are taken on a device.|
|Delete||The compliance rule is deleted from the device.|
|Status||The status of the rule set: active or inactive.
|Precedence||If a device is assigned multiple rule sets, the rule set with the lower precedence is the rule set that is enforced.|
|# of Devices||The number of devices that are assigned to this rule set. Click the number to view a list of those devices.|
|Last Updated By||The user name of the person who last updated the rule set.|
|Last Updated On||The date that the rule set was last updated.|
|Show All||Shows all active and inactive rule sets.|
|Hide Inactive||Hides rule sets that are deactivated.|
|Disable All||Removes assigned rule sets and active enforcement actions from all managed devices.
Note: If you disable all compliance rules, the following actions occur on a device: