>>SETTING UP THE SECURE BROWSER

  1. On your dashboard, click on the first tab: Enterprise approved apps.

Under Apps management, in the “Approve an app by providing its package name” box, type the following package name: com.arsnovasystems.browser

Click on Approve, and then on the page that appears, click on OK. The Internet application (secure browser) will appear in the Approved apps list.

2. In the Policies tab, under the Apps management line, click on the secure Internet browser logo  to approve the App in the policy and then click on the menu  to Install it.

IMPORTANT

Private Web Apps that are approved and installed on TinyMDM dashboard are working with Chrome browser. It is important not to delete the Chrome application even if you want to use TinyMDM Secure Browser). To avoid users from using Chrome and bypass the Internet filtering, follow the steps below:

a. IN KIOSK MODE

In your policy, under Apps management, click on the menu  linked to the Chrome application and select Hide app.

By hiding the app, users won’t have access to Chrome on their devices but it will be installed in the background so private web apps can be opened.

IN FULLY MANAGED MODE

In fully managed mode it is not possible to hide Chrome, so users will be able to access it: this is why it is essential to block all URLs that are not web applications.

  1. In your policy, under Apps management, click ont the menu  linked to Chrome application and select Configuration.

2. The App managed configurations appear. Search Block access to a list of URLs line.

2. Copy and paste the text below:

[“https://*”,”http://*”]

Due to this configuration, users won’t have access to any internet website or any Google research.

3. In order for the private web apps to be opened by Chrome, please do the following:

Still on the App managed configurations, search the Allow access to a list of URLs (under the previous one).

Copy and paste the URLs of your private web apps:

a. If you only have one private web app

Type your private web app’s URL between quotes and square brackets (see example below)

[“https://www.siteweb.com”]

b. If you have several private web apps

Type the URLs of your web applications one by one. They need to be in quotation marks and separated by a comma. Once you did it, put the entire text in square brackets.

[“https://www.siteweb1.com”,”http://www.siteweb2.fr”,”http://www.siteweb3.net”]

Due to this configuration, by clicking either on its web applications or the Chrome application, the user will only have access to the URLs of its authorized private web applications.