The Devices view displays information for each mobile device that is currently registered with the Lotus Notes Traveler server.
The following table explains the columns of the device list:
The Domino name of the user.
The name of the device as reported by the device firmware.
Last Sync Time
The most recent date and time the device was synchronized.
The device platform type. For example, Apple-iPhone3C1 is an iPhone 4 device, HTC HTC One X is a HTC device.
The Lotus Notes Traveler client version and build number that is running on this device. The build level is always blank for Apple devices.
Note: Devices that use native clients (for example, Apple) will never display a build level.
Devices view details
You can retrieve detailed information about each device by clicking the device name link to display a modal window about the specific device. The information includes the devices data and the device security data. See 8.2.1 Device Security
to understand device security view. In addition to the data displayed in the view, there are action buttons available that will perform operations on devices selected in the view. The actions include:
- Deny Access
Selecting a device and Deny Access from the action bar displays a window to confirm whether the administrator wants to deny access to the selected device. Clicking Yes runs the requested action to deny access for that device. The page is refreshed with the updates automatically. The Access field for the corresponding device is updated with the value "Deny." When the device is in the "Deny" state, it is not allowed to connect to the Lotus Notes Traveler server.
- Wipe Device
Selecting a device and Wipe Device displays a window with the wipe options available for that specific device. More than one option can be selected at a time. Note that after running a Wipe Device action, the device is also prohibited from connecting to the Lotus Notes Traveler server until a Clear Wipe/Allow Access action is run.
- Clear Wipe/Allow Access
This action clears any previous wipe and deny request.
- Change Approval
Selecting Change Approval displays a window from which you can approve or deny an access request from a mobile device. This action is used when the Device Approval security policy is enabled.
- Update SMS Address
The Lotus Notes Traveler administrator can use this action to configure an SMS Mailbox Address specifically for use on a wipe request. Selecting this action displays a message box in which the user can enter the SMS mailbox address. Leaving the SMS address value empty in the message box clears any existing SMS address. SMS addresses are only applicable for devices that use a Lotus Notes Traveler client (such as Android, Windows Mobile and Nokia).
Clicking OK dismisses the dialog.
The following figure shows a device view of an Apple mobile devices.
Devices view user interface
The user interface of the Device view include the following:
- Column name: All the columns in the view that are sortable by selecting column name.
- Show: 10 | 20 | 50 | 100 items: You can change the number of rows that a pager will display on a single page. The default is 10.
- Auto Refresh: Select auto refresh on the right top corner of the page allows web administration page to refresh the data automatically. The option includes 5 sec, 30 sec, 1 min, 2 min, 5 min, and off. The default value is off.
- Search: A search bar is located at the top right corner of the page and you can search by device name, user, OS type, and build level.