- An enrolled device will receive a set of automatically delivered profiles. Those profiles represent a baseline configuration how the PC should be set up, and additional profiles can be applied to meet specific requirements.
- Profiles are the settings, when combined with compliance policies, that help enforce organizational security policies.
- Passcode, Wi-Fi, certificate issuance, app whitelist/blacklist, and device restrictions are just a few profile types that may be created for Windows 10.
Filter Windows 10 Profiles
Go to Resources > Profiles on the left-side console menu. On the far right, in the Search List box, enter "WWE - Windows" to quickly filter your view to list only Windows 10 profiles. You can identify the WWE – Windows – WS1 Tunnel profile, which enables Per-App Tunnel access on your enrolled device.
If you wish, click through individual profiles to see review its payload. Use any pre-configured optional device profiles as needed.
Switch to your browser tab open with the device list. Find your device by filtering by your username. Drill into your device details and discuss profiles, apps, content and other features your audience would find important.
On the profiles tab, note the installed statuses and the assignment types, automatic vs optional, from this view. Again, use optional profiles to aid your discussion.