To view, edit, or delete profile passcode settings:
- To view, edit, or delete profile passcode policies for the entire organization navigate to the dashboard home page. To view, edit, or delete profile passcode policies for a group or sub group navigate to that group or sub group.
- Click Policies.
- Click Passcode. The following will be displayed:
Configurable passcode parameters:
|Allow simple value||Select (check) this option to allow a simple value, which is defined as containing repeating characters, increasing characters (for example, “abcdef”, “789”), or decreasing characters (for example, “654”, “fedcba”)||iOS6+, OS X|
|Disallow convenience logon||Select (check) this option to the ability to prevent convenience logons||Windows 8.1|
|Password complexity||From the dropdown list select the password complexity (Require Lowercase, Require Uppercase, Require Numbers, or Require Non-Alphanumeric)||Windows 8.1|
|Require alphanumeric value||Select (check) this option to require an alphanumeric value||iOS6+, OS X|
|Minimum passcode length||Select 0 (the default) through 10 from the dropdown list to set the number of characters in the passcode||iOS6+, Android, OS X, Windows 8.1|
|Minimum number of complex characters||Select 0 (the default) through 4 from the dropdown list to set the number of complex characters (a mix of lowercase letters, uppercase letters, digits, and non alphanumeric characters) in the passcode||iOS6+, Android, OS X, Windows|
|Auto Lock||Select Never (the default), 1 minute, 2 minutes, 3 minutes, 4 minutes, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, or 15 minutes from the dropdown list to set mobile device auto lock||iOS6+, Android, OS X, Windows|
|Maximum passcode age||Enter 1 through 730 or none to set the maximum passcode age in days||iOS6+, Android, OS X, Windows 8.1|
|Passcode history||Enter 1 through 50 or none to set the number of passcodes stored in the database history||iOS6+, Android, OS X, Windows 8.1|
|Grace period for device lock||Select Immediately (the default), 1 minute, 5 minutes, 15 minutes, 1 hour, or 4 hours from the dropdown list to set the grace period for mobile device lockouts before users can try to log in again||iOS6+, OS X|
|Maximum number of failed attempts||Select 2 through 10 (the default) from the dropdown list to set the maximum number of times users can enter an incorrect passcode before they are locked out||iOS6+, Android, OS X, Windows 8.1|
Remember: Click the Save button to save any changes you make.