System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008

  1. This policy setting allows you to remove all Root store certificates. The certificates in the Root certificate store are ...
  2. This policy setting allows you to require that the device password be at least a specified length. The Require Password policy ...
  3. This policy setting allows you to require users to set a password on the device. If you enable this policy setting, users ...
  4. This policy setting allows you to restrict remote applications that are using Remote API (RAPI) to implement ActiveSync operations ...
  5. This policy setting allows you to select which days of the week are considered peak days for scheduling Exchange ActiveSync ...
  6. This policy setting allows you to send keepalive packets associated with the Mobile VPN while roaming. The Mobile VPN application ...
  7. This policy setting allows you to set the maximum amount of idle time after which the devices will automatically lock with ...
  8. This policy setting allows you to specify additional files that should be encrypted when device encryption is turned on. ...
  9. This policy setting allows you to specify files that should not be encrypted when device encryption is turned on. If you ...
  10. This policy setting allows you to specify how many times a user may enter an incorrect device lock password before being ...
  11. This policy setting allows you to specify if RAM-installed unsigned applications are allowed to run as normal applications ...
  12. This policy setting allows you to specify if RAM-installed unsigned applications are allowed to run as privileged applications ...
  13. This policy setting allows you to specify if the AES cipher can be used to encrypt data sent over the Mobile VPN. If you ...
  14. This policy setting allows you to specify if the Diffie-Hellman Group 14 protocol can be used by the Internet Key Exchange ...
  15. This policy setting allows you to specify if the Diffie-Hellman Group 2 protocol can be used by the Internet Key Exchange ...
  16. This policy setting allows you to specify if the Diffie-Hellman Group 5 protocol can be used by the Internet Key Exchange ...
  17. This policy setting allows you to specify if the Triple DES (3DES) cipher can be used to encrypt data sent over the Mobile ...
  18. This policy setting allows you to specify if the user can send and receive SMS and MMS text messages. Note that this policy ...
  19. This policy setting allows you to specify if the user can use a camera on the device. Note that this policy setting affects ...
  20. This policy setting allows you to specify if the user can use Bluetooth on the device. Note that this policy setting affects ...
  21. This policy setting allows you to specify if the user can use Infrared (IrDA) communications on the device. Note that this ...
  22. This policy setting allows you to specify if the user can use Wireless LANs (WiFi) with the device. When you change this ...
  23. This policy setting allows you to specify if the user is able to use IMAP4 and POP3 e-mail accounts. Note that this policy ...
  24. This policy setting allows you to specify if user can use removable storage on the device. If you enable this policy setting, ...
  25. This policy setting allows you to specify the Bluetooth profiles that the user can use on the device. The Bluetooth profiles ...
  26. This policy setting allows you to specify the fully qualified name or IP address for the proxy server used for Internet access ...
  27. This policy setting allows you to specify the time interval between keepalive packets. The value is specified in seconds. ...
  28. This policy setting allows you to specify the type of password that users must create. If you enable this policy setting, ...
  29. This policy setting allows you to specify when the peak service period begins for scheduling Exchange ActiveSync synchronization. ...
  30. This policy setting allows you to specify when the peak service period ends for scheduling Exchange ActiveSync synchronization. ...
  31. This policy setting allows you to specify when the user will be reminded to reboot the device after policies requiring a ...
  32. This policy setting allows you to specify whether a user is prompted to accept or reject unsigned .cab, theme, .dll, and ...
  33. This policy setting allows you to specify whether SECROLE_USERAUTH has system administrative privileges on the device, without ...
  34. This policy setting allows you to specify whether the Inbox application can negotiate the encryption algorithm in case a ...
  35. This policy setting allows you to specify whether the Inbox application requires all messages to be encrypted. This policy ...
  36. This policy setting allows you to specify whether the Inbox application requires that all messages must be signed. This policy ...
  37. This policy setting allows you to specify whether unsigned .cab files can be installed on the device. If you enable this ...
  38. This policy setting allows you to specify whether unsigned applications are allowed to run on Windows Mobile powered devices. ...
  39. This policy setting allows you to specify whether unsigned themes can be installed on the device. If you enable this policy, ...
  40. This policy setting allows you to specify which algorithm is to be used to encrypt a message. If you enable this policy setting, ...
  41. This policy setting allows you to specify which algorithm is to be used to sign a message. If you enable this policy setting, ...
  42. This policy setting allows you to turn off the notification message that is displayed when the user attempts to run a built-in ...
  43. This policy setting allows you to turn on or off device encryption. If you enable this policy setting, device encryption ...
  44. This policy setting defines the notification message that is displayed when the user attempts to run a built-in application ...
  45. This program configures Active Directory for {0} ({1}) installation. It creates the universal groups, service connection ...
  46. This setting allows you to specify the display name for the Mobile VPN on the Windows Mobile powered devices. You can specify ...
  47. This setting allows you to specify the fully qualified name or IP address for the Mobile VPN gateway(s). This setting is ...
  48. This snap-in extension allows you to manage Group Policy settings for Windows Mobile powered devices enrolled on a System ...
  49. This snap-in extension lets you configure Group Policy settings for Windows Mobile powered devices enrolled on a System Center ...
  50. This will create Active Directory containers, service connection points (SCPs), and universal groups for the {0} instance: ...
  51. This will delete all Active Directory containers, service connection points (SCPs), and universal groups for the following ...
  52. This wizard helps you configure the following types of network connection: - General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) - Wireless ...
  53. This wizard will help you pre-enroll a mobile device so that it can be authenticated when it connects with your company network. ...
  54. To complete this wizard, you will need to know your network types and your network configuration settings. Click Next to ...
  55. UIProductName Beta 2 has detected a ServerName product installation. UIProductName can not be installed with an existing ...
  56. UIProductName evaluation license has expired. Please install a licensed version. For more information please see http:// ...
  57. UIProductName Installed with Errors. Next, you will need to run the New Gateway Wizard. For help, check the box below and ...
  58. UIProductName requires Microsoft Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) 3.0 with SP1 or higher. \line\line http://go.micr ...
  59. UIProductName Setup ended prematurely because of an error. Your system has not been modified. To install this program at ...
  60. UIProductName setup failed. Could not connect to the SQL server or the SQL server is not supported. UIProductName requires ...
  61. UIProductName Setup failed. Could not verify the device certification authority entered. Please check the device certification ...
  62. UIProductName setup failed. Could not verify the domain credentials provided for the user. Please check the credentials and ...
  63. UIProductName setup failed. Could not verify the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for the server or load balancer. Please ...
  64. UIProductName Setup failed. Could not verify the server certification authority entered. Please check the server certification ...
  65. UIProductName setup was interrupted. Your system has not been modified. To install this program at a later time, run setup ...
  66. UIProductName was successfully installed. Next, you will need to run the New Gateway Wizard. For help, check the box below ...
  67. UIProductName was successfully installed. To complete UIProductName setup, run the UIProductName admin snap-in. For more ...
  68. Unable to find '{0}' computer information in domain controller '{1}' to perform the suitability check. Verify the fully qualified ...
  69. Unable to obtain site '{0}' information. Please verify the site configuration and the existence of a Global Catalog in it. ...
  70. Use the Mobile Device Manager Software Distribution console to assign each device to a group or groups. Devices will be placed ...
  71. Use the Mobile Device Manager Software Distribution console to assign each device to a group or groups. Devices will be placed ...
  72. Use the wildcard to denote addresses on a particular domain. For example, *.contoso.com will inlcude all addresses on the ...
  73. Use this snap-in to distribute packages to your devices. To connect to a remote server, on the Action menu click Connect ...
  74. Use this wizard to run a Group Policy Results report for a specific device.The report contains the Resultant Set of Policy ...
  75. User '[2]' has previously initiated an install for product '[3]'. That user will need to run that install again before they ...