deviceTRUST supports two different installation scenarios, the installation on End-User Computing (EUC) environments, and the installation on traditional endpoints. It is also possible to install deviceTRUST on environments with both scenarios used at the same time.
Independent from the installation scenario, the deviceTRUST Host is the only component which must be configured. Product configuration is made available by policy applied with the Local Policy Editor or using the Group Policy Management tools available to your Microsoft Active Directory environment. The ADMX policy definitions for deviceTRUST are automatically installed by the deviceTRUST Console.
The deviceTRUST Portal provides access to the deviceTRUST software, product license, documents and you can configure your Apple iOS integration if required for your installation. To register with the deviceTRUST Portal you will receive a registration link from your deviceTRUST contact prior to your deviceTRUST installation. With the deviceTRUST registration link you can register with a Microsoft Account (formerly called Windows Live ID) or a Microsoft Work account (Microsoft Azure account).
deviceTRUST Property Matrix
The deviceTRUST Property Matrix is available for both installation scenarios:
- The End-User Computing (EUC) Property Matrix shows all HOST_* and DEVICE_* properties delivered by deviceTRUST into the users’ virtual session about the context of the remote device and user.
- The Endpoint Property Matrix shows all HOST_* properties available through deviceTRUST within the users’ desktop session on the endpoint.
Each property is categorized as Session, Dynamic or Dynamic (Real Time). Session properties include properties which have fixed values throughout the session. Dynamic properties are periodically checked for changes and Dynamic (Real Time) properties trigger an immediate update as soon as the property changes.