Snowboard

Use the Snowboard to get a quick overview of the status of devices and users in your Snow Device Manager domain.

The following information is presented on the Snowboard:

  • Device connectivity status per profile - The connectivity status for the devices in the domain, broken down per device enrollment profile. The connectivity status is divided into the following categories:

    • Online - The number of connected devices.

    • OK - The number of devices that last connected within the last 7 days.

    • Poor - The number of devices that last connected within the last 7 to 30 days.

    • Bad - The number of devices that has not connected for the last 30 days.

    • None - The number of devices that are not enrolled.

  • Device connectivity status - The overall connectivity status for the devices in the domain, divided into the same categories as for Device connectivity status per profile.

  • Device sync status - The overall synchronization status for the devices in the domain, divided into the following categories:

    • Active - The number of devices that are actively synchronizing with Microsoft Exchange.

    • OK - The number of devices that last synchronized with Microsoft Exchange within the last 7 days.

    • Poor - The number of devices that last synchronized with Microsoft Exchange within the last 7 to 30 days.

    • Never - The number of devices that have never synchronized with Microsoft Exchange.

    • Disabled - The number of devices that are blocked by Snow Device Manager from synchronizing with Microsoft Exchange.

  • Devices & users - The total number of devices, and the total number of users, in the domain.

  • The total number of orphaned devices in the domain.

    Select the number to see a list of all orphaned devices in the Orphaned devices view.

  • Figures concerning devices security:

    • The total number of devices that are non-compliant with the domain policy, for example, when a passcode package has been sent but not applied to a device.

    • The total number of rooted or jailbroken devices in the domain.

    • The total number of checked out devices in the domain, that is, devices from which the user has removed the Snow Device Manager client.

    • The total number of devices in the domain that have been wiped recently.

Additionally, you can easily access recently saved searches, if any, and a number of default searches from the Snowboard via the Shortcuts section.