Policy Variables

When creating policies you can use variables for commonly-used device and user fields instead of entering them manually. When a policy is sent to a user, these variables will be automatically populated with the user’s data.

The table below lists the user and device variables supported by Lightspeed Systems Mobile Manager.

Variable Definition
Device Variables
%os_version% The commonly-used OS version of the device
%imei% The International Mobile Station Equipment Identity (IMEI) number (used to identify mobile phones on GSM, UMTS, LTE, and iDEN networks) of the device
%serial_number% The device’s serial number
%device_name% The device’s name
User Variables
%email% The user’s email address
%first_name% The user’s first name
%full_name% The user’s full name
%last_name% The user’s last name
%username% The user’s user name
%user_enrollment_url% The user’s web clip enrollment URL
%asset_tag% The user’s asset tag
%custom_field_1% User field 1
%custom_field_2% User field 2
%custom_field_3% User field 3
%custom_field_4% User field 4
%custom_field_5% User field 5


Variables can be used in any text field.
For example, if you enter %email% in the Mail or Exchange ActiveSync Email Address field, it will be automatically populated with every user’s email address. In addition, you can also combine variables with text. For example, if you entered %first_name%’s email account in the Mail’s Account description field, it would combine the user’s first name with email account (e.g., John’s email account).

You can use multiple variables in a single field.
For example, if you entered %full_name%(%os_version%) the username and OS version would be automatically populated with data from the user’s device (e.g., John Doe(7.1)).

The number of profiles configured to each policy appears next to the policy name.