Configure Enterprise Password AutoFill

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Once you’ve set up, tested and automated your check out workflows and also validated your environment is supports Password AutoFill,  you’re ready to get started. Password AutoFill is available only when Admin > Check Out > Identity Web Service is set to “Imprivata OneSign”. Set up AutoFill in GroundControl In GroundControl, Admin > Check Out > Password AutoFill enable Password AutoFill. Set … Read More

Create OneSign profiles for iOS

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iOS apps require a profile to feed usernames and passwords from Imprivata OneSign. This is similar to all other apps in the OneSign system. OneSign’s method for creating profiles with the Application Profile Generator (APG) does not work for mobile applications, therefore a new method is required in order to achieve the same results. Profiles are simple XML documents. With … Read More

Check In Device Actions

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The Check In Device workflow action supports several options. App Version The Check In action locks the device to our Locker app. Imprivata currently offers two version of Locker: legacy version 2 and current version 3 (supporting Password AutoFill). The App Version selector is used to indicate which version of the Locker app to lock. If you have both Locker 2 and … Read More

Integrate Imprivata OneSign

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Our Check Out feature requires customers to connect to a web service to handle the translation of badge IDs to user IDs. This document describes how to integrate with Imprivata OneSign for identity lookup. If you don’t have Imprivata OneSign, you may use a custom identity lookup service, described in a separate article. Prerequisites You must use Launchpad 4.9.3 or greater … Read More

Overdue Devices

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Like library books, checked-out devices that aren’t returned by a certain date can become overdue, and notify you or the user that a device hasn’t been returned yet. Enabling Overdue Devices The control to enable this feature  is in Admin > Check Out. When enabled, a configuration dialog will appear. Here, you can customize the number of hours and minutes … Read More

Show Checked Out Devices

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GroundControl usually hides devices as soon as they are unplugged. But you may wish to have an easy way to list checked out devices, in order to identify the users at any given moment. GroundControl allows the display of checked out devices in three ways: In the Admin console, within the Launchpad detail In the Launchpad display On the device … Read More

Check Out with Workspace ONE

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Like GroundControl, VMware Workspace ONE (aka “AirWatch”) includes features for shared device checkout. This article explains how to link GroundControl with Workspace ONE, so that the checkout features are synchronized between the two systems. Once linked, a checkout in GroundControl — via a proximity badge tap, for example — will assign the device to the user in your MDM. This … Read More

View a Device’s Checkout History

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GroundControl keeps a history of which user checked out the device at which time. GroundControl also records when the user returned the device. The device does not need to be connected to a Launchpad to view this activity. In the GroundControl admin console, click on the Devices tab. Search for the device name or serial number. Once you locate the … Read More

Set up the Pinpad App

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GroundControl includes a simple web app simulating a Pinpad for authentication. Obviously this system is not secure, and should never be used in production. We encourage you to browse the source code for the web app. It’s a good demonstration for using OAuth to authenticate against GroundControl, and for using the GroundControl APIs to check out devices. In the GroundControl … Read More

Integrate Prox Badge Readers

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We support USB-connected proximity card readers manufactured by RFIDeas, which is the most common reader on the market. Many brands resell the RFIDeas reader, including Imprivata and KSI Keyboards. For testing, one of the readers you already have may “just work.” If you need a new one, we recommend their universal reader, RDR-80582AKU, which is available from Amazon. If you’re using … Read More