To get started with Android enterprise, you need to first create an Android Enterprise Subscription in ZCC to enroll your organization to the program.
Before creating the subscription, ensure that following prerequisites are met:
You should have a Google ID, preferably a corporate ID, for example: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com)
At least one MDM server should be configured
User source should be configured
Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) should be configured
You should have Novell Customer Center credentials (you need to have an active ZENworks maintenance entitlement)
To create the Android Enterprise Subscription:
In ZENworks Control Center, click.
In the Subscriptions panel, clickand select .
Select, and click .
In thepage, perform the following:
Subscription Name: Specify a name for the subscription.
Folder: Type the name or browse and select the ZENworks Control Center folder where you want the subscription to reside.
Description: Provide a short description for the subscription.
In thepage, specify the Novell Customer Center (NCC) credentials, and click .
NOTE:Ensure that you have disabled the pop-up blocker for the ZCC page.
You will be re-directed to a sign-up UI page hosted by Google Play.
In the Google sign-up page, click.
Specify the corporate email ID or Google ID and password. Click.
Follow the prompts to complete the registration process.
Clickafter which you will be redirected back to ZCC.
In ZCC, click.
In the Enrolling Mobile Devices.page, select user contexts that you want to associate with the Android enterprise management, and then click . Users that are part of the selected user context will be allowed to enroll their devices in the work profile or work-managed device modes, using this subscription. However, you also need to ensure that an Android Enterprise Enrollment Policy is assigned to these users. For more information, see
In thepage, select the languages in which the app details should be fetched from Google. The retrieved details will be used to display app details in the Apps Catalog page and information within a bundle such as permissions and managed configurations.
NOTE:Selecting multiple languages might result in delays while retrieving app details.
In thepage, select a folder where the Android app associated with this subscription should be saved, and then click .
Select thecheck box if you want to create this bundle as the sandbox version.
Select thecheck box if you like to open the Apps Catalog page after clicking the button.
Specify the frequency to run Android Enterprise Subscription, based on which the ZENworks server initiates a connection with the Google server to retrieve the latest information about the associated apps, their permissions, manage configuration, and update the information in the Android App bundle created.
You can choose to run the schedule at a daily or hourly interval. By default, the frequency is configured as Daily, 23:00 hours (11:00 PM).
Clickto complete creating the Android enterprise subscription.
NOTE:This step is applicable only if you are using ZENworks 2020 Update 2 - FTF 1008 and above.