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The following table describes the settings you can view and modify for your EASE organization.
|Company Information||Modify the support email address associated with the account. This is the address that will receive emails sent when a user clicks the Report Problem button in the App Catalog.|
Edit the content of the following messages sent to App Catalog users:
Select an EASE user group for each of the approval process workflows you plan to use. When an approval workflow is in progress, users in the selected group are able to access the app in the App Catalog.
|Device Registration Notification||Send an email to the support email address for the account when a new device is registered.|
|Device Management||Enable or disable Mobile Device Manage (MDM) for the account. With MDM, you can monitor and secure your App Catalog users' devices.|
|Timezone||Set the time zone for reports.|
Create, list, and manage organizations affiliated with your organization.
If this setting is not listed, theis disabled for your organization.
|Signing Credentials||Store signing credentials for EASE to use when signing applications.|
|Download App Catalog|
View the URL for downloading the App Catalog.
|Authentication||Specify the type of authentication that will be used when your users log in to the App Catalog.|
|User Self-Registration||Enable users within your corporate domain to self-register for access to EASE. When a user self-registers, an EASE user account is automatically created for the user.|
|User Password Requirements||Set organization-wide password complexity requirements, and set the number of days after which a user's password will expire.|
|Corporate Email Profile|
Configure the corporate email profile that users can run to set up a corporate email account on their devices.
If this setting is not listed, the Email Provisioning.is disabled for your organization. For more information, see
Configure the folder in which Windows EXE files will be installed onto a user's Windows device.
|CORS Domain Whitelist||If you are using Apperian's APIs to call EASE web services from a web application (for example, a custom administration portal), go to this page to define a domain whitelist that includes the host domain of any web site that will send API requests to EASE. This whitelist enables CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) in the header of the API response, which allows browsers to communicate with the EASE web server across domain-boundaries.|
|Policies Evaluation Frequency|
Set the frequency at which an application's policies will be evaluated. The default is Always, which evaluates policies whenever the app is opened or brought to the foreground.
|Custom Metadata Template|
Add/modify a Custom Metadata Template for your organization to define the custom metadata fields that you and other administrators can specify when adding or editing an application through the EASE Portal.
By default, this option is not listed on the Settings page. To enable the Custom Metadata feature for your organization, contact Apperian Customer Support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|No-Registration Policies||Enable the option to apply policies to an app that may be distributed to users who are not registered with EASE and do not need the App Catalog on their device. This includes users who install through the Direct Install link, a custom-built catalog, or another external system.|
|Application Reviews||Disable/Enable the Reviews feature by default when you add a new application to EASE. When the Reviews feature is enabled for an application, users will be able to Like/Dislike and review that application in the App Catalog. Regardless of how you configure the default setting for your organization, you can enable/disable Reviews when adding or editing a specific application. Note that this setting is enabled by default.|
Use the EASE Portal Settings page to manage settings for your EASE account.
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