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Registered: ‎07-14-2013
My Device: Z10
My Carrier: Verizon

iOS Workspace Policy Settings not Being Honored

Hello,

 

I see a pattern wherein I activate my test iOS device fine, and get secure workspace working. I then verify my IT workspace policy is being pushed down to the device and enforced by purposesly entering in workpsace password incorrectly and verifying the number of remaining login attempts allowed. Should be 6 max). I wait a couple of hours and run that workspace unlock test again to find that I then have 89 login attempts remaining. My workspace policy sets the incorrect password attempts at 6, and that's what shows in the BES10 client summary for IT workspace settings. Why is the iOS workspace not keying off f that setting? If I make a change to the workspace ploicy then the correct settings are reapplied (at least for a while).