Платформы, с которых есть мобильный доступ к viCenter

Из коммунити:

1. BlackBerry, with a BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES). This is by far the easiest way, because BlackBerries that are connected to a BES are already on their company’s intranets. Loading the app should be as simple as pointing at the app URL (the format of which will be documented at release).

2. Iphone. We tested two methods successfully. The first was to create an ipsec vpn connection to our intranet. Once we were in things worked flawlessly. The second method worked on every device we tested but is slightly specific to our setup. We used our generic ssl/vpn gateway to authenticate, then we used the web proxying feature of the vpn landing page to get to the url we needed. The resulting app ends up with a vpn “bar” at the top since the page is hosted in this case but functionality is not impaired.

3. Symbian/Nokia. The ssl/vpn solution worked well. There might be vpn solutions out there, check with your network administrator.

4. WinMo. The ssl/vpn solution worked well. We couldn’t get the built-in vpn client to negotiate with our network but it certainly seems possible.

5. Android. The ssl/vpn solution worked well. There might be vpn solutions out there, check with your network administrator.

6. BlackBerry without BES. Can you guess? The ssl/vpn solution worked well. There might be vpn solutions out there, check with your network administrator.

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