API Reference google_api_android_management v0.41.0


API client metadata for GoogleApi.AndroidManagement.V1.

API calls for all endpoints tagged Enterprises.

API calls for all endpoints tagged SignupUrls.

Handle Tesla connections for GoogleApi.AndroidManagement.V1.

Security policies set to the most secure values by default. To maintain the security posture of a device, we don't recommend overriding any of the default values.

Configuration for an always-on VPN connection.

A compliance rule condition which is satisfied if the Android Framework API level on the device doesn't meet a minimum requirement. There can only be one rule with this type of condition per policy.

Id to name association of a app track.

Information reported about an installed app.

Settings controlling the behavior of application reports.

An action to block access to apps and data on a fully managed device or in a work profile. This action also triggers a device or work profile to displays a user-facing notification with information (where possible) on how to correct the compliance issue. Note: wipeAction must also be specified.

Controls apps' access to private keys. The rule determines which private key, if any, Android Device Policy grants to the specified app. Access is granted either when the app calls KeyChain.choosePrivateKeyAlias (https://developer.android.com/reference/android/security/KeyChain#choosePrivateKeyAlias(android.app.Activity, android.security.KeyChainAliasCallback, java.lang.String[], java.security.Principal[], java.lang.String, int, java.lang.String)) (or any overloads) to request a private key alias for a given URL, or for rules that are not URL-specific (that is, if urlPattern is not set, or set to the empty string or .*) on Android 11 and above, directly so that the app can call KeyChain.getPrivateKey (https://developer.android.com/reference/android/security/KeyChain#getPrivateKey(android.content.Context, java.lang.String)), without first having to call KeyChain.choosePrivateKeyAlias.When an app calls KeyChain.choosePrivateKeyAlias if more than one choosePrivateKeyRules matches, the last matching rule defines which key alias to return.

Information about Common Criteria Mode—security standards defined in the Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (https://www.commoncriteriaportal.org/) (CC).This information is only available if statusReportingSettings.commonCriteriaModeEnabled is true in the device's policy.

A rule declaring which mitigating actions to take when a device is not compliant with its policy. For every rule, there is always an implicit mitigating action to set policy_compliant to false for the Device resource, and display a message on the device indicating that the device is not compliant with its policy. Other mitigating actions may optionally be taken as well, depending on the field values in the rule.

Contact details for managed Google Play enterprises.

This feature is not generally available.

Cross-profile policies applied on the device.

Represents a whole or partial calendar date, such as a birthday. The time of day and time zone are either specified elsewhere or are insignificant. The date is relative to the Gregorian Calendar. This can represent one of the following: A full date, with non-zero year, month, and day values A month and day value, with a zero year, such as an anniversary A year on its own, with zero month and day values A year and month value, with a zero day, such as a credit card expiration dateRelated types are google.type.TimeOfDay and google.protobuf.Timestamp.

A device owned by an enterprise. Unless otherwise noted, all fields are read-only and can't be modified by enterprises.devices.patch.

Information about security related device settings on device.

Device display information.

A generic empty message that you can re-use to avoid defining duplicated empty messages in your APIs. A typical example is to use it as the request or the response type of an API method. For instance: service Foo { rpc Bar(google.protobuf.Empty) returns (google.protobuf.Empty); } The JSON representation for Empty is empty JSON object {}.

The configuration applied to an enterprise.

Configuration to enable an app as an extension app, with the capability of interacting with Android Device Policy offline.

Data hosted at an external location. The data is to be downloaded by Android Device Policy and verified against the hash.

A system freeze period. When a device’s clock is within the freeze period, all incoming system updates (including security patches) are blocked and won’t be installed. When a device is outside the freeze period, normal update behavior applies. Leap years are ignored in freeze period calculations, in particular: If Feb. 29th is set as the start or end date of a freeze period, the freeze period will start or end on Feb. 28th instead. When a device’s system clock reads Feb. 29th, it’s treated as Feb. 28th. * When calculating the number of days in a freeze period or the time between two freeze periods, Feb. 29th is ignored and not counted as a day.

Information about device hardware. The fields related to temperature thresholds are only available if hardwareStatusEnabled is true in the device's policy.

Hardware status. Temperatures may be compared to the temperature thresholds available in hardwareInfo to determine hardware health.

Response on issuing a command. This is currently empty as a placeholder.

Keyed app state reported by the app.

Settings controlling the behavior of a device in kiosk mode. To enable kiosk mode, set kioskCustomLauncherEnabled to true or specify an app in the policy with installType KIOSK.

Response to a request to list devices for a given enterprise.

Response to a request to list enterprises.

The response message for Operations.ListOperations.

Response to a request to list policies for a given enterprise.

Response to a request to list web apps for a given enterprise.

The managed configurations template for the app, saved from the managed configurations iframe.

An event related to memory and storage measurements.

Information about device memory and storage.

Provides detail about non-compliance with a policy setting.

A compliance rule condition which is satisfied if there exists any matching NonComplianceDetail for the device. A NonComplianceDetail matches a NonComplianceDetailCondition if all the fields which are set within the NonComplianceDetailCondition match the corresponding NonComplianceDetail fields.

This feature is not generally available.

This resource represents a long-running operation that is the result of a network API call.

Requirements for the password used to unlock a device.

Configuration for an Android permission and its grant state.

A default activity for handling intents that match a particular intent filter. Note: To set up a kiosk, use InstallType to KIOSK rather than use persistent preferred activities.

Policies for apps in the personal profile of a company-owned device with a work profile.

Policies controlling personal usage on a company-owned device with a work profile.

A policy resource represents a group of settings that govern the behavior of a managed device and the apps installed on it.

A rule that defines the actions to take if a device or work profile is not compliant with the policy specified in settingName.

Additional details regarding the security posture of the device.

Configuration info for an HTTP proxy. For a direct proxy, set the host, port, and excluded_hosts fields. For a PAC script proxy, set the pac_uri field.

The security posture of the device, as determined by the current device state and the policies applied.

An action executed during setup.

A resource containing sign in details for an enterprise.

Information about device software.

The Status type defines a logical error model that is suitable for different programming environments, including REST APIs and RPC APIs. It is used by gRPC (https://github.com/grpc). Each Status message contains three pieces of data: error code, error message, and error details.You can find out more about this error model and how to work with it in the API Design Guide (https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/errors).

Settings controlling the behavior of status reports.

Configuration for managing system updates

Information about a potential pending system update.

Telephony information associated with a given SIM card on the device. Only supported on fully managed devices starting from Android API level 23.

A terms and conditions page to be accepted during provisioning.

A user belonging to an enterprise.

Provides a user-facing message with locale info. The maximum message length is 4096 characters.

An icon for a web app. Supported formats are: png, jpg and webp.

A web token used to access the managed Google Play iframe.

An action to reset a fully managed device or delete a work profile. Note: blockAction must also be specified.