Devices - Inventory View
  • 26 Sep 2023
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Devices - Inventory View

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Article Summary

When you have multiple devices, it becomes imperative to see the list of devices, and their current status, view device-level information and perform device-level operations. Scalefusion offers a comprehensive set of features that help you to View and Manage your device inventory.

This tutorial covers the Inventory View that is offered by Scalefusion.

Video Guide:

Please watch the video below to get a visual walkthrough.

Viewing the Devices

  1. Login to Scalefusion Dashboard.
  2. Navigate to the Devices section.
  3. Here you can see all the Devices either in a ListView or a GridView. This gives you a snapshot of the device state. The iconography used here are:
  4. The Devices screen offers you some quick filters. You can filter by:
    • View Filter: 
      • Device Type - Android | iOS: Selecting iOS offers further filters. You can filter them by the type of iOS device, that is, DEP | Supervised | Unsupervised.
      • Device State - Locked | Unlocked | In-Active.
      • Devices with Low Battery.
      • Devices that have been Added Recently.
    • Device Groups:
      • Allows you to filter devices by the groups they are associated with.
    • QR Code:
      • Allows you to filter by the QR Codes that have been used to enroll devices.
  5. The Devices screen offers you some quick actions as well,
    1. You can switch the view between a GridView or ListView.
    2. You can select one or multiple devices and choose to Download a CSV report of the devices that gives you various inventory information.
    3. You can select one or multiple devices and choose to Delete them. This will completely remove Scalefusion MDM management from devices. They need to be re-enrolled in order to be managed again.
  6. You can select one or multiple devices and choose to Delete them. This will completely remove Scalefusion MDM management from devices. They need to be re-enrolled in order to be managed again.

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