You create a device policy and specify an auto-lock time frame for iOS devices. But the auto-lock feature engages earlier than the time that you specify.
The more restrictive auto-lock setting is applied, whether that setting is on the actual iOS device or the setting is in an App Center device policy. This is a feature restricted by the iOS operating system.
For example, if you have a device policy in which the auto-lock is to engage in 5 minutes, but on the device, the auto-lock is set to engage in 2 minutes, the auto-lock will engage in 2 minutes. If you have a device policy in which the auto-lock is to engage in 2 minutes, but on the device, the auto-lock is set to engage in 5 minutes, the auto-lock will engage in 2 minutes.
Set your device policy for the longest allowable time for auto-lock to occur. This ensures you control the maximum allowable time before auto-lock engages.
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