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Utilities in the Kiosk Wizard

Last updated July 26th, 2023

Kiosk components consist of internal applications, public applications, and control applications. Multiple App Kiosks additionally include utility applications. This section describes these different utility applications.


This section only applies to Multiple App Kiosks.

  • Folder —You can manage Knox Manage applications using Folders. Note that you can change the name of folders. When there are applications in the folder, thumbnails of the applications are shown. Double-click the folder to add, delete, or move the applications inside.

  • Banner, Text, Calendar, and Clock —Drag and drop items on the preview screen, and configure details from the pop-up screens.


    Maximum length of URL in Bookmark, Text, and Banner is 300 characters including special characters

    • Add Text screen —You can customize the text component on this screen, including settings such as text content, ratio, and text style. You can also use dynamic lookups - User Name and User ID - for easy identification of kiosks. The lookups are replaced by the real-time kiosk name and ID at runtime.

    • Add Banner screen —You can customize the banner component on this screen, including settings such as the ratio, image, and URL.

    • Add Calendar screen —You can customize the calendar component on this screen, including settings such as the ratio, widget style, and text color.

    • Add Clock screen —You can customize the clock component, including the widget style, text color, and time format.

  • Bookmark —You can configure the bookmark to use a specific URL. You can configure the icon image of the bookmark, name, and URL.

  • Dialer —The Dialer component is used for the call feature on the kiosk device.

  • Content —The Content component is used so that device users can directly view content distributed from the console.


    • For Fully Managed devices running Android 9.0 Pie or higher, the viewer applications for the corresponding content must also be added to open the content.
    • For devices running Android 10 (Q) OS, users cannot open files downloaded from the Knox Manage Agent. Users cannot launch content directly from the Knox Manage Agent, and can only view them in the My Files app.

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