Android Enterprise DPC identifier collection

The following DPC identifiers (EMM tokens) can be used during Android Enterprise fully managed (work-managed) provisioning.

To use them, follow the setup wizard on the Android device until a Google account is requested. In place of a Google account, type the DPC identifier beginning with afw#. Check out Android Enterprise provisioning guides for a visual guide (search for DPC identifier).

DPC identifiers

Use Ctrl + F or your device equivalent to search for your EMM solution as it may take some time to scroll through the below tokens line by line.

MobileIron Core
afw#mobileiron.core

MobileIron Cloud
afw#mobileiron.cloud

SOTI Mobicontrol
afw#mobicontrol

IBM MaaS360
afw#maas360

Citrix XenMobile
afw#xenmobile

VMware WS1 UEM
afw#hub

Cisco Meraki
afw#meraki

Shoonya
afw#shoonya

MobileIron Core Telekom
afw#telekom.mi

Knox Manage
afw#knoxmanage

BlackBerry UEM
afw#blackberry

Microsoft Intune
afw#setup

Codeproof EMM
afw#codeproof

Codeproof EMM
afw#codeproof.lg

Codeproof EMM
afw#codeproof.samsung

Android Management API
afw#setup

Test DPC
afw#testdpc

ZENworks
afw#zenworks

SureMDM
afw#suremdm

KACE Cloud MDM
afw#kace

Manage Engine MDM
afw#memdm

Miradore
afw#miradore

Wizy EMM
afw#wizyemm

Pulse One
afw#pulse

Sophos Mobile
afw#sophos

Fusion EMM
afw#fusionemm

FAMOC
afw#famoc

MobiLock Pro
afw#mobilock

MobileIron Cloud AtWork
afw#mobileiron.atwork

Submit a DPC identifier

If you’d like to see a DPC identifier added to this list, please fill out this form or comment below.

Request a DPC identifier from Google

If your EMM doesn’t have a DPC identifier today and you’d like to request one, fill out this form in the EMM community (EMM community access required).

Comments

  1. @jason just found out that the Airwatch DPC Identifier changed from afw#airwatch to afw#hub This was on yesterday 4/3/2019 as far as I can tell. Thanks for all your great work !

  2. Already changed :slight_smile:

    If you’re still seeing #airwatch please Ctrl+Shift+R or :apple:+Shift+R

  3. afw#workspaceone seems to be valid as well

  4. Also notice inTune has afw#setup listed. I’m guessing that’s a typo?

  5. Hi Team,

    Requesting your assistance on one of the opportunity I am working with a customer who is having Lenovo Yoga Book – YB1-X90L . As per their requirement I have done the POC on one device, where all the features they have asked for have been achieved successfully. The POC which I have done, the device is same model, but the OS version was 6.0, however customer have tried to enrol some more devices of same model but on a different OS version i.e. 7.1.1 and they are facing issues on enrolling the devices on AE. After factory resetting the device when they enter the AFW# token, they are getting an error ”Couldn’t find your Google account”. I have tried to hard factory reset the device by getting into the root level, but still the device throwing the same error message.

    As per the discussion with the customer that these devices were procured a year back and all the box pack device.

    As per the device model I have checked that the device is listed on AE website Android Enterprise Solutions Directory. Please find the link with the video which customer has shared along with the device details.

    Any suggestion to fix for this issue.

  6. Nope, Intune is Android Management API :slight_smile:

    I’ll add ws1. Thanks!

  7. Yeah. I found out about intune just after I posted that. Thanks for the info as always!

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