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Hello, we are using the public android app for adobe reader.
We are analyzing it for enterprise use with Airwatch (not Intune). We would like to block access to document cloud.
Can this be done? It appears you have websites that articulate how on Intune (https://www.adobe.com/devnet-docs/acrobatetk/tools/Mobile/intune.html)
Do you expose configurations for appconfig with android to block DC access? Or another way?
We have tried this (which did not work to block DC access – based on this: https://www.adobe.com/devnet-docs/acrobatetk/tools/Mobile/androidforwork.html😞
<characteristic type="com.airwatch.android.androidwork.app:com.adobe.reader" uuid="xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx">
<parm name="allowOpenFromManagedToUnmanaged" value="False" type="boolean" />
<parm name="enable_optional_sign_in_screen" value="False" type="boolean" />
<parm name="allowDropboxFileSystemAccess" value="False" type="boolean" />
<parm name="allowDocumentCloudFSAndServicesAccess" value="False" type="boolean" />
I agree. This feature needs to be available. To increase the visibility and need for this, a uservoice submission was entered recently. Please vote for this UserVoice submission to raise awareness.
Ideally users will be not even be presented the option to sign-in to any cloud services from Adobe's application.