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Topic # 161889 22-Jan-2015 15:42
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Hi Guys

on a SBS2010 network, there will be staff using company supplied Android Tablets.
They will be used for only one company app only.

So, how do I lock down these Androids to stop them being used for other stuff (games, downloads , personal email etc) & stop any other apps being
installed ?
Do androids have a restricted user mode ?


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  Reply # 1220213 22-Jan-2015 16:14
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Or use an MDM such as Meraki MDM

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  Reply # 1220236 22-Jan-2015 16:47
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Without going full MDM route, you could try AppLock from the play store, which allows you to restrict the device right back. Its free and somewhat effective, so cant hurt to try out anyway.

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  Reply # 1220282 22-Jan-2015 18:02
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Android Lollipop has a built in 'screen pinning' feature that locks the current app to the screen with a passcode

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