REST Resource: customers.configurations

Resource: Configuration

A configuration collects the provisioning options for Android devices. Each configuration combines the following:

  • The EMM device policy controller (DPC) installed on the devices.
  • EMM policies enforced on the devices.
  • Metadata displayed on the device to help users during setup.

Customers can add as many configurations as they need. However, zero-touch enrollment works best when a customer sets a default configuration that's applied to any new devices the organization purchases.

JSON representation
{
  "name": string,
  "configurationId": string,
  "configurationName": string,
  "dpcResourcePath": string,
  "dpcExtras": string,
  "companyName": string,
  "contactEmail": string,
  "contactPhone": string,
  "customMessage": string,
  "isDefault": boolean
}
Fields
name

string

Output only. The API resource name in the format customers/[CUSTOMER_ID]/configurations/[CONFIGURATION_ID]. Assigned by the server.

configurationId

string (int64 format)

Output only. The ID of the configuration. Assigned by the server.

configurationName

string

Required. A short name that describes the configuration's purpose. For example, Sales team or Temporary employees. The zero-touch enrollment portal displays this name to IT admins.

dpcResourcePath

string

Required. The resource name of the selected DPC (device policy controller) in the format customers/[CUSTOMER_ID]/dpcs/*. To list the supported DPCs, call customers.dpcs.list.

dpcExtras

string

The JSON-formatted EMM provisioning extras that are passed to the DPC.

companyName

string

Required. The name of the organization. Zero-touch enrollment shows this organization name to device users during device provisioning.

contactEmail

string

Required. The email address that device users can contact to get help. Zero-touch enrollment shows this email address to device users before device provisioning. The value is validated on input.

contactPhone

string

Required. The telephone number that device users can call, using another device, to get help. Zero-touch enrollment shows this number to device users before device provisioning. Accepts numerals, spaces, the plus sign, hyphens, and parentheses.

customMessage

string

A message, containing one or two sentences, to help device users get help or give them more details about what’s happening to their device. Zero-touch enrollment shows this message before the device is provisioned.

isDefault

boolean

Required. Whether this is the default configuration that zero-touch enrollment applies to any new devices the organization purchases in the future. Only one customer configuration can be the default. Setting this value to true, changes the previous default configuration's isDefault value to false.

Methods

create

Creates a new configuration.

delete

Deletes an unused configuration.

get

Gets the details of a configuration.

list

Lists a customer's configurations.

patch

Updates a configuration's field values.

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