View device details

You can view the details for any enrolled device.

There are two ways to find the devices in the Admin Console:

  • Go to Directory > Devices, then click a device name.
  • Go to Directory > People, select a user's name and click Devices, then click a device name.

Some device details are platform-specific. For most devices, you can view the following information:

Device users

A user profile represents an identity that uses an enrolled device to sign in to your org. A user can have more than one profile on a device. For example, a single user can have a business profile to access restricted company apps and a personal profile to access personal files. A single device can also have more than one user who signs in using the same device.

Details by device user Description
User User name and email address. For example:

Cristina Young c.young@example.com

Enrollment date

Date that the device was enrolled in Okta Verify.

Management status

Managed: 

  • The device is registered (enrolled in Okta Verify).

  • A user profile associated with the device is managed by a device management solution.

  • The device is configured for device management in Security > Device Integrations.

Not managed:

  • The device is registered (enrolled in Okta Verify).

  • A user profile associated with the device is not managed by a device management solution or the device is not configured for device management in Security > Device Integrations.

Lock screen Indicates whether the screen lock is Disabled, Password, or Password with Windows Hello.

Device security signals

Device security signal Description
OS version The OS version installed on the device. For example:

13.5.1

Disk encryption Indicates whether the device is encrypted. For example:

Fully encrypted

Secure Enclave Indicates whether the iOS and macOS device supports Secure Enclave. For example:

Supported

Jailbreak Indicates whether the iOS device is jailbroken. For example:

Not jailbroken

Hardware Keystore Indicates whether the Android device supports a hardware keystore. For example: 

Supported

Rooting Indicates whether the Android device is rooted. For example: 

Not rooted

Trusted Platform Module Indicates whether the Windows Trusted Platform Module is in use. For example: 

Not in use

Device identifier

Device identifier Description
Display name The display name of the device. For example:

Maya's iPhone

Platform The operating system of the device. For example:

iOS device

Manufacturer The vendor that created the physical device. For example:

APPLE

Model The device type or design. For example:

iPhone

OS Version The operating system software version of the device. For example:

Version 11.4 (Build 20F71)

Serial number The unique identifier of the device. For example:

FVMEK1LUGNHP

IMEI The International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI). The IMEI is a unique number for identifying a mobile device on a Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) network. This information is not collected by Okta Verify, but a custom application can collect it.
MEID The Mobile Equipment Identifier (MEID). The MEID is a unique number for identifying a mobile device on a network that uses Code-Division Multiple Access (CDMA) protocols for second-generation and third-generation wireless communication.

This information is not collected by Okta Verify, but a custom application can collect it.

UDID The unique device ID (UDID). The UDID is a unique number for identifying Apple devices on an iOS, macOS, tvOS, or watchOS platform. For example:

B0G9B65E-89F1-464H-7D2D-E1DH04EEB165

Security identifier The security identifier (SID). The SID is a unique number of a user, user group, or other security principal. For example:

S-1-83625951649466-0

Dedicated hardware Indicates if dedicated hardware exists for a Trusted Platform Module (TPM).

Note that the unique identifier (hash) is not shown for devices with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM). Instead, the placeholder Present - No hash available appears.

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