On the Apperian Portal navigation bar, click Applications. Status tags indicate the status of app policies for the app.
A message above the list of policies indicates the current status of policies for the app. The first time you display the Policies page for an app, it displays the default policy settings defined for your organization on the Policies settings page. After you apply policies to the app, the tab displays the applied policy settings. If you upload a new version of the app, you need to reapply policies to the app if you want them to continue working; in this case, the Policies page displays the previously applied policy settings so that you can easily re-apply them.In the following example, there are no policies applied to the app.
(Optional) If you want to apply policies to select the Enable policies that don't require user registration option at the bottom of option displays Enable No-Registration Policies the Enable policies that don't require user registration option is selected, the will include Note that if you apply the Self Updating App policy to an application, you must also mark the application for Direct Install in order for an unregistered user to install the update. For instructions on enabling a document for Direct Install, see Enable Direct Install.
Select and modify policy options. Note the behavior described in the following table. For a description of each app policy, including an overview of the mobile user's experience, see Application Policies.
After you select App Expiration:
(Optional) In the Message for user field, you can modify the message that will display when a user attempts to launch an app outside of the application access period. If you modify the message and want the default user message to be displayed again, click the Revert to Default Message link under the Message for user field.
Only the default user message is internationalized. If you change the default message, note that it will display only in the language that you entered it, regardless of the language setting on the user's device.
A user will be able to use the app from 12:00:01 AM UTC on the start date until 11:59:59 PM UTC on the end date. If you want users to be able to use the app for a single day only, set both the start and end dates to the same date.
- Select the number of times the user needs to open the application before a browser window will automatically open to a specified URL.
- Enter the URL for the web page that will open. Enter the URL in this form:
For example, the following settings specify that the
page will display after a user opens the app 10 times.
Apple On-Demand VPN
You cannot enable both this policy and the Pulse Secure VPN policy or Secure Microtunnel policy for the same app.
Modify the default profile or enter a new profile to define the VPN configuration that will be added to the device when a user launches an app wrapped with this policy. For details, see Apple On-Demand VPN Configuration Profile Settings.
Pulse Secure VPN
You cannot enable both this policy and the Apple On-Demand VPN or Secure Microtunnel policy for the same app.
In the Connection URL field, modify or enter the URL for your Pulse Connect Secure VPN gateway.
If you select App Password:Select the minimum number of characters required for the password. (Valid Values: 6-16)
If you make changes to the password requirements of the policy, those changes will not affect users who have already installed an app with this policy applied unless they update the app and attempt to change their password.
You cannot enable this policy until you have created one or more VPN connections. For instructions, see Create a VPN Connection.
After you select Secure Microtunnel, select a VPN connection from the VPN Profile list. This list corresponds to the list of VPN Connections created on the Policies page. When you select a connection in the list, it displays the specifications for the VPN so that you can confirm it is the correct one.
If you select Local App Authentication, modify the default passphrase settings as desired and optionally enable Allow fingerprint authentication. See Local App Authentication Policy Passphrase Options for details.
If you select Client Certificates, modify the URL Matching Rules as desired:
- Under White List Exceptions, add or modify the exception rules. The client certificate will not be presented to any sites that match the exception rules.
- Under White List, add or modify the white list rules. The client certificate will be presented to a site that matches a white list rule, unless that site also matches a white list exception rule.
When adding or modifying rules, follow these guidelines:In the Host Pattern field, specify a matching pattern for the host name. The pattern must start with
https://and can include a wildcard (
*) anyplace else in the pattern.
*) anyplace in the port number, or use * alone to specify an port on the host. If empty, Port defaults to port
As you select and clear check boxes, a message indciates whether the changes are effective immediately or require users to update the app. If the changes require an app update, Apperian displays a Pending Signing status after you click Apply; you need to re-sign the wrapped app before you can enable it for your App Catalog users.
When signing is pending, Apperian automatically disables the app so that users cannot access it in the App Catalog. You can re-enable it once the app is signed.wrapped Applied wrapping
Apple On-Demand VPN Configuration Profile Settings
Fill in the form to define a VPN configuration profile.
Enter a name for the VPN configuration profile. This name will display on the Settings->General->VPN page of the device when the VPN configuration is added.
Enter the IPsec identifier or VPN group name.
For the policy, set the following options to define the criteria of the user-set passphrase.
Specify the minimum number of characters required for the passphrase.
Valid values: 6 to 16
Valid values: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - 60 (in increments of 5)
Select any of the following passphrase requirements:
- At least one alpha character
- At least one number
- At least one special character
Specify the interval at which the user must change the passphrase.
Valid values: once a day, every other day, once a week, once a month, every other month, every six months, once a year.
Optionally, set a reminder for a number of days before expiration.
Valid values: 0 to 7
Specify the number of previously-used passphrases that the system will remember. A user cannot repeat a passphrase stored in this passphrase history.
Valid values: 3 to 10
Select this option to allow a user to authenticate with a fingerprint. The first time the user launches the app, the user will need to set a passphrase, but on subsequent launches he/she will be able to authenticate with a fingerprint. If the user cancels the fingerprint authentication dialog, then the user will be prompted to enter the passphrase.
Authentication using a fingerprint is supported only on devices that allow for fingerprint scanning.