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:
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 email@example.com
Date that the device was enrolled in Okta Verify.
|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:
|Disk encryption||Indicates whether the device is encrypted. For example:
|Secure Enclave||Indicates whether the iOS and macOS device supports Secure Enclave. For example:
|Jailbreak||Indicates whether the iOS device is jailbroken. For example:
|Hardware Keystore||Indicates whether the Android device supports a hardware keystore. For example:
|Rooting||Indicates whether the Android device is rooted. For example:
|Trusted Platform Module||Indicates whether the Windows Trusted Platform Module is in use. For example:
Not in use
|Display name||The display name of the device. For example:
|Platform||The operating system of the device. For example:
|Manufacturer||The vendor that created the physical device. For example:
|Model||The device type or design. For example:
|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:
|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:
|Security identifier||The security identifier (SID). The SID is a unique number of a user, user group, or other security principal. For example:
|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.