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  • brian.bailey@netmotionsoftware.com created an article,

    Users cannot access home network when using Mobility

    Summary By default, Mobility tunnels all network traffic. If users are at home, connected to Mobility, they will not be able to access their router / home network.   There are two approaches you ca...

  • brian.bailey@netmotionsoftware.com created an article,

    Creating a Policy for Panasonic Arbitrator

    Summary An increasingly common setup for law enforcement is a digital camera networked to a laptop: video recordings of police activity are stored on a laptop in the police car and can be downloade...

  • brian.bailey@netmotionsoftware.com created an article,

    FIPS Validation Certificates

    Summary The attached PDF explains and confirms the NetMotion Software statement that Mobility uses FIPS 140-2validated cryptographic modules for all supported operating system - Windows, Android an...

  • brian.bailey@netmotionsoftware.com created an article,

    Downloading and Hosting an Internal Software Deployment (OTA) Server

    Summary Information about client software available for deployment using Mobility is stored in a manifest file.It is normally hosted in AWS, along with the setup files for the software, however it...

  • brian.bailey@netmotionsoftware.com created an article,

    How to Override the Reported Adapter Speed for Mobility

    Summary On the Mobility client, Interfaces are prioritized by the speed reported to the operating system. There are many adapters, such as USB devices, that report a speed of 100 Mbps to the opera...

  • brian.bailey@netmotionsoftware.com created an article,

    How to Prevent Users from Registering New Devices and Connecting to a Mobility System

    Summary A user has obtained Mobility client software and has installed it on an unauthorized device. He then usesthis device to connect to the company's Mobility server.   Option 1Automatically qua...

  • brian.bailey@netmotionsoftware.com created an article,

    Using Tellmes.exe

    Summary This article lists the command line switches for the Tellmes.exe utility on Windows Mobility clients (versions 10.0 and later - version 11.70 shown below):   Using Tellmes.exe: c:\Program...

  • brian.bailey@netmotionsoftware.com created an article,

    How Roaming Works with Mobility

    Summary Mobility Roaming In addition to being able to roam between access points on different subnets of a wireless LAN, a Mobility client can maintain a network connection and application sessions...

  • brian.bailey@netmotionsoftware.com created an article,

    How to Assign a Static Virtual IP Address to a Client Device

    Summary Before a static VIP (virtual IP) address or any other configuration can be made for a Mobility client, the client must have established an initial connection to the Mobility server so that ...

  • brian.bailey@netmotionsoftware.com created an article,

    How to Troubleshoot when a Policy Rule Set is not applied to Mobility client

    Summary When a policy is not working, one of the first things to check is Mobility client -> Client properties -> Details tab -> Policy Rule Set.  If there is no policy rule set applied, it displ...