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Martin Langhoff

12/17/2020, 6:07 PM
What is the distinction (and interaction?) between User Owned and Private? They seem to be self-standing booleans each of them. • Also - Does
User Owned
affect functionality today? How?
terracatta

terracatta

12/17/2020, 6:08 PM
The only thing important to note about a user-owned device in terms of functionality difference is that you can re-assign the owner. They are permanently assigned during the enrollment process
6:08 PM
This is important for upcoming MDM functionality that requires end-user consent
6:09 PM
so that you just don't assign the device to yourself and then grant the consent
6:10 PM
The Private Device designation was created for devices you wish to enroll but want to ensure their registered user that you don't have a full level of visibility into the device, only the passing/failing status of checks.
6:11 PM
When a device is private only limited information about it is displayed, and it not queryable in Live Query or Log Pipeline
6:12 PM
A user-owned device can also be private.
6:12 PM
An organization owned device can be private as well
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Martin Langhoff

12/17/2020, 6:14 PM
great info! can Kolide still run full diagnostics on a private device? (policy compliance)
terracatta

terracatta

12/17/2020, 6:16 PM
Yes
6:16 PM
we still collect all the information needed to run the entire suite of Checks
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Martin Langhoff

12/17/2020, 6:31 PM
fantastic thank you!