Cortado Support

My Tickets Visit www.cortado.com
Welcome
Login

How to use variables in user import, MDM profiles or Managed Configurations

You can use variables when configuring some MDM profiles and when creating Managed Configurations for apps. The precondition for this is the availability of the corresponding data. 

When using Cortado MDM

When using Cortado Server

When using Cortado MDM

Variables for the user import and MDM profiles

  • #UserEMailAddress# – e.g.john.doe@company.com
  • #UserPrincipalName# – e.g. johndoe@xmail.com
  • #UserSamAccountName# – e.g. johndoe
  • #UserDomainName# – e.g. server.domain.com

Variables for Managed Configurations

  • $UserEMailAddress$ – e.g.john.doe@company.com
  • $UserPrincipalName$ – e.g. johndoe@xmail.com
  • $UserSamAccountName$ – e.g. johndoe
  • $UserDomainName$ – e.g. server.domain.com

Note! Using the variables only works if the corresponding data has been stored in the user management under Administration→ Users→ Settings.

When using Cortado Server

To read user data from the AD (for example, when you create an profile), you can use the following variables:

  • #UserPrincipalName# – e.g. johndoe@mdm.ccsdemo.de
  • #UserDisplayName# – e.g. John Doe
  • #UserEMailAddress# – e.g. john.doe@cortado.de
  • #UserDomainName# – e.g. mdm.ccsdemo.de
  • #UserDomainNameUpperCased# – e.g. MDM.CCSDEMO.DE
  • #UserSamAccountName# – e.g. johndoe
  • #DevicePhoneNumber#

Did you find it helpful? Yes No

Send feedback
Sorry we couldn't be helpful. Help us improve this article with your feedback.