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Remote Wipe for Android

With GMS 2.0.1, I don't see "Reset to factory default" for Android devices as an option. Why is this?

Thanks,

Al

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The Reset Device button is now hidden on any Android devices that have not received a security policy. Exists a new functionality in GMS Security Policies that you can enable the policies but you have the option to don't use them.

You should enable Security Policy, then check "Both Letters and Numbers" option and set Minimum Password Length to 0.

In other words, if the user doesn't want to use any policy, this is the best way to bring up the "Reset to factory default" button again.

Regards.
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Thanks, I will test this over the weekend.

Al

On 5/8/2014 at 11:36 AM, rlopez01<rlopez01@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:


The Reset Device button is now hidden on any Android devices that have
not received a security policy. Exists a new functionality in GMS
Security Policies that you can enable the policies but you have the
option to don't use them.

You should enable Security Policy, then check "Both Letters and Numbers"
option and set Minimum Password Length to 0.

In other words, if the user doesn't want to use any policy, this is the
best way to bring up the "Reset to factory default" button again.

Regards.


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