Using MDM to Configure Zoom on Android Follow

Overview

System administrators can use a Mobile Device Management (MDM) to remotely configure the Zoom Meetings app on managed Android devices.

This article covers:

Prerequisites

  • Android devices with Android 5 or later
  • Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) software like AirWatch or Microsoft Intune

Configuration Options

General Settings

Configuration Key Value Type Description
DisableFacebookLogin

Boolean (true or false)

Specify if signing in with Facebook OAuth is disabled.
DisableGoogleLogin Boolean (true or false) Specify if signing in with Google OAuth is disabled.

DisableLoginWithSSO

Boolean (true or false) Specify if signing in with SSO is disabled.
ForceLoginWithSSO Boolean (true or false) Specify if users are required to log in with SSO. This item will not apply if DisableLoginWithSSO is set to true.
SetSSOURL String

The vanity URL used to log in using SSO.

Example: Enter "success" to set the SSO URL as https://success.zoom.us

TurnOffVideoCameraOnJoin Boolean (true or false) Specify if users' video is turned off when joining a meeting.
EnableCloudSwitch Boolean (true or false) Specify if users can switch between Zoom commercial or FedRAMP cloud.


In-meeting Settings

Configuration Key Value Type Description

DisableComputerAudio

Boolean (true or false) Specify if device audio is disabled for users. 
DisableShareScreen Boolean (true or false) Specify if screen sharing is disabled for users.
DisableVideoCamera Boolean (true or false) Specify if self video is disabled for users.
DisableReceiveVideo Boolean (true or false) Specify if participants video is disabled for users.
ShowConfirmDialogWhenWebJoin Boolean (true or false) Specify if the Zoom client displays a join meeting prompt when users attempt to join a meeting from a website link.


Configuring Zoom with AirWatch

Adding the Zoom app with Google Play Store integation

The following instruction apply if you set up Google Play Integration with your AirWatch account. If you don't have this integration, you can  Visit the AirWatch support site for more information.

  1. Open AirWatch.
  2. Click Add > Public Application.
  3. Enter the following information:
    • Platform: Select Android.
    • Source: Select Search App Store.
    • Name: Enter "zoom" to search the Google Play Store for the Zoom Cloud Meetings app.
  4. Click Next.
  5. Click the Zoom Cloud Meetings app from the Google Play Store.
  6. Click Approve and follow the on-screen prompts to add the app.

Adding the Zoom app without Google Play Store Integration

  1. Open AirWatch.
  2. Click Add > Public Application.
  3. Enter the following information:
  4. Click Next.
  5. Enter a name to identify the Zoom app.
  6. Click Save and Assign.

Assigning the app to a group and applying a configuration

  1. Click Add Assignment.
  2. In the Assignment Groups field, select a group to apply the configuration to.
  3. Next to Application Configuration, select Enabled if you want to auto-configure certain app settings for users.
  4. Specify the configuration options as needed. Make sure you don't leave any blank fields since it will prevent you from adding the configuration.
  5. Click Add.
  6. Click Save and Publish to deploy the app.

Configuring Zoom with G Suite

Adding the Zoom app

  1. Sign in to the G Suite admin console.
  2. In the left-side panel, click App Management.
  3. Click Managed Whitelisted Apps.
  4. Click the plus icon in the bottom-right corner.
  5. Search for "zoom" and click the Zoom Cloud Meetings app.
  6. Click Select.

Assigning the app to a group and applying a configuration

  1. Click Zoom Cloud Meetings in the list of whitelisted apps.
  2. Click Create New Managed Configuration.
  3. Enter a name for the configuration and click Save.

Configuring Zoom with Intune

Adding the Zoom app

  1. Sign in to the Microsoft 365 Device Management dashboard.
  2. Click Client Apps in the left-side panel.
  3. Click Apps > Add.
  4. In the App Type drop-down menu, select Managed Google Play, then click Managed Google Play below the drop-down menu.
  5. Search for "zoom" and click Zoom Cloud Meetings.
  6. Click Approve.

Assigning the app to a group and applying a configuration

  1. Sign in to the Microsoft 365 Device Management dashboard.
  2. In the left-side panel, click Client Apps > App configuration policies.
  3. Click Add and enter the following information:
    • Name: Enter a display name to help identify the configuration.
    • Device enrollment type: Select Managed devices.
    • Platform: Select Android.
    • Associated app: Select Zoom Cloud Meetings.
  4. Click Configuration settings.
  5. In the Configuration settings format drop-down menu, select Use configuration designer, then click Add.
  6. Use the configuration designer to specify configuration keys, then click OK.
  7. Use the drop-down menus in the Configuration Value column to specify the values for each key.
  8. Click OK.
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