Wrapping an application is the process of applying Apperian's application policies to add layers of security, management, and measurement capabilities to the app. When you first apply policies to an app, Apperian creates a new version of the app with an application wrapper that defines its policies. Because it is a new version of the app, you need to re-sign it; this is the case with any new version of an application. Once the app is re-signed, it is ready to deploy to your users—unless there are other functions you want to perform first, such as inspecting the application to screen for risky behavior and vulnerabilities.
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