Building your in-house iOS Work Hub in Mobility Manager
Last Updated November 09, 2015
Symantec Mobility: Suite lets you build the in-house iOS Work Hub with a browser-based app builder. The browser-based method is more streamlined than the iOS Work Hub build method.
Be careful! When you rebuild the in-house iOS Work Hub, the BundleID must be the same as your original Work Hub. The Distribution Provisioning Profile and the Distribution Certificate each have their own expiration dates. Be sure that the expiration date is valid for both before you add the Distribution Provisioning Profile. If the Distribution Provisioning Profile is expired, you must create a new one. Be sure to use the same AppID as the original Distribution Provisioning Profile you replace. If the Distribution/Code-Signing Certificate is expired, you must obtain an updated Distribution/Code-Signing Certificate from your administrator.
Rebuilding the in-house iOS Work Hub uses the same Distribution Profile as the original. In some cases, however, you may want to apply a different Distribution Profile and reset any database associations to the in-house iOS Work Hub. To do this, reset the in-house iOS Work Hub.
Build the in-house iOS Work Hub in Mobility Manager
On Mobility Suite left pane, click Settings > Device configuration > iOS client.
Under iOS client, click Use in-house Work Hub.
Under Policy, configure the following:
Check Authentication if you want to permit access to downloaded content when the in-house Work Hub is offline.
Check Content storage and specify the on-device storage limit of downloaded content.
Check Usage restrictions if you want to destroy app-related data and disable the Work Hub on jailbroken devices.
This option is enabled by default.
You must configure these policy settings before you build the Work Hub.
Under Work Hub Builder, click In-browser.
Click Upload Distribution Profile..., and then browse and select your Distribution Profile.
The Distribution Profile section displays the expiration date and Bundle Identifier that are associated with your Distribution Provisioning Profile. The Distribution Provisioning Profile is comprised of an AppID and the Distribution/Code-Signing certificate. Similarly, the AppID is comprised of the Bundle Seed and BundleID.