System Center Mobile Device Manager

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System Center Mobile Device Manager
Developer(s) Microsoft
Stable release 1.0 / April, 2008
Operating system Windows, Windows Mobile
License Proprietary
Website www.microsoft.com

System Center Mobile Device Manager is a Mobile device management (MDM) solution providing over-the-air (OTA) management of Windows Mobile Smartphone security, applications and settings. System Center Mobile Device Manager supports devices running the Windows Mobile 6.1 and above operating system.

Important: Mainstream support for System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008 ended on July 9, 2013, and extended support ends on July 10, 2018.

Features[edit]

Through ActiveDirectory-based policies, the product provides the following functions:

  • Provisioning of device settings: provisioning the managed devices with settings, such as E-mail accounts and access points.
  • Settings monitoring: setting and verifying the settings of managed devices, gathering diagnostics information and application inventory.
  • Device security: back up, restore, lock, wipe and set up functionality restrictions for managed devices.
  • Asset and application management: install/remove, update, gather inventory, version check and the starting or stopping of mobile applications, such as virus protection, encryption and mobile email clients.

Client[edit]

System Center Mobile Device Manager client is located in ROM. All device management activities are centrally managed from the server side.

Server[edit]

System Center Mobile Device Manager server components are deployed on multiple server computers, including a Mobile VPN server, a Windows Update server,and an ActiveDirectory domain controller.

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