MaaS360 Integration: How Do I…
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In this video, you learn how to set up IBM Security Verify (Cloud Identity) authorization using SAML single sign on and Cloud Extender.
When you finish installing the MaaS360 Cloud Extender, a message warns you to create a firewall exception rule for Cloud Extender's program folder. It is important to create this rule so that Cloud Extender can function as intended. In this video, you learn how to create an exclusion rule in Windows for the default program folder.
In this training module, you learn how to integrate IBM MaaS360 and Microsoft Office 365 for mobile device management for users accessing corporate email. By using the Enterprise Email Integration Service in MaaS360 and the MaaS360 Cloud Extender, administrators can control access to corporate mail and manage devices from the MaaS360 portal.
A Microsoft Office 365 account is already set up with users, mailboxes, and devices for this demonstration.
In this video, you learn how to set up health check alerts in the
MaaS360 portal for Cloud Extender services. Alerts are sent
to specified email addresses or phone numbers.
In this how to video series, you learn how to enable and configure the MaaS360 Cloud Extender Exchange integration module for Microsoft Exchange 2010. Enabling and configuring Enterprise Email integration allows you to import devices from existing cloud and on-premise mail environments into MaaS360 for Unified Endpoint Management.
In this demonstration, you learn how to configure the MaaS360 VPN which provides direct access from your mobile devices to behind the firewall corporate resources. The MaaS360 VPN is a downloadable module of the Cloud Extender.
In this video, you learn how to configure the MaaS360 Cloud Extender
Certificate Integration module to integrate with an on-premises
Microsoft Certificate Authority. This video continues the deployment
process that started in the video, “Configuring prerequisites for
MaaS360 certificate integration with a Microsoft Certificate Authority.”
In this how to video series, you learn how to enable and configure the MaaS360 Cloud Extender Exchange integration module for Microsoft Exchange 2013. Enabling and configuring Enterprise Email integration allows you to import devices from existing cloud and on-premise mail environments into MaaS360 for Unified Endpoint Management.
The User Authentication module integrates with your Active Directory (AD) or LDAP environment to authenticate users by using various workflows within IBM Security MaaS360®. With this Cloud Extender module, your users can enroll devices using their corporate directory credentials without having to generate and manage a new set of credentials.
In this video, you learn how to configure the User Authentication module.
In this video, you learn how to create a custom attribute in both Active Directory and IBM Security MaaS360 and then pass the custom attribute value from Active Directory to the MaaS360 portal.
The IBM MaaS360 Cloud
Extender is a small Windows application that enhances device management
capabilities by integrating with behind-the-firewall systems within your
environment, such as email, corporate directories, certificate authorities, and
application and content servers.
Extender requires minimal resources, easily traverses proxy environments, and
perhaps most importantly, provides secure messaging and data transfer between
the MaaS360 platform and behind-the-firewall systems.
In this video, you learn how to install Cloud Extender.
In this video, you learn how to configure the prerequisites required to
integrate IBM MaaS360 with an on-premises Microsoft certificate authority.
Learn about Cloud Extender setup tips, common errors in Cloud Extender configuration, best practices for ongoing maintenance and health alerts, and more. Use the bookmarks to access the following topics:
- Overview and agenda
- What is the Cloud Extender and how does it work?
- Installation prerequisites
- Installing and configuring the Cloud Extender
- Common errors and troubleshooting tips