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VMware Workspace ONE UEM: Deploy Company-owned device

To ensure that the Android EMM Registration Enrollment Settings are set correctly. Follow these steps:

  1. Go to Groups & Settings > All Settings > Devices & Users > Android > Intelligent Hub Settings.
  2. About half way down you will see a Samsung KNOX section. Set Enable Containers to DISABLED and ensure the Knox License Key field is blank. Then scroll all the way to the bottom and click Save.

To ensure that the Android EMM Registration Enrollment Settings are set correctly. Follow these steps:

  1. Go to Groups & Settings > All Settings > Devices & Users > Android > Android EMM Registration > Enrollment Settings.

  2. Ensure Work Managed Enrollment Type is set to USER-BASED and Fully-Managed Device Enrollments is set to WORK MANAGED DEVICE.

To enroll your device as an Android Enterprise Company-owned device, you need to ensure the device is factory reset and at the welcome screen. From here, there are 3 ways you can enroll your device into Workspace ONE UEM as an Android Enterprise Company-owned device.

  • DPC Identifier [Also known as the hashtag method] afw#hub
  • QR Code Enrollment / NFC Enrollment
  • Knox Mobile Enrollment

Below is a screen-by-screen play to enroll your device using the DPC Identifier method.

1. Click Start arrow

2. Accept Terms and Conditions

3. Skip Backup

4. Enter afw#hub and click next

5. Install Intelligent Hub

6. Install Intelligent Hub

7. Accept and continue

8. Setting up work device

9. Launch Hub Application

10. Enter UEM URL

11. Enter Gourp ID

12. Enter Credentials

13. Accept Privacy Permissions

14. Agree to Data Sharing

15. Device Enrollment Successful!

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